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The domains, or areas of uniform polarization in paraelectric materials, as compared to those of ferroelectric materials, are unordered and have a weak internal electric field. 5 demonstrates the relationship between the electric displacement D and electric field E of an ideal paraelectric material. Pyroelectrics having no spontaneous polarization can be observed in Fig. 5; however, electric displacement is generated when an electric field is applied. In reality, a paraelectric material often exhibits a small spontaneous polarization and a hysteresis loop.

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TFLT™ fabrication process (adapted from Ref. 44). Depending on the application, a domain pattern can be formed in the wafer prior to the TFLT™ process. A full wafer-ion implant is performed to create a highly stressed implant layer at a depth determined by the implant energy. This depth defines the film thickness and is typically 5–10 mm. The implanted wafer is then temporarily bonded face down to a handle substrate for further processing. Either selective wet etching or a high-temperature step is used to separate or “slice” the seed wafer along the ion-implant plane, leaving a thin portion of the seed wafer still attached to the handle wafer.

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