I would like to make various solid forms of Barium Titanate e.g. cylinders, discs.
Barium Titanate powder seems widely available and has a melting point of 1,625'C. Can I melt it in an iron forge into a mould, and will this preserve the high dielectric constant?
Is there perhaps a low temp way to do this easier e.g. a solvent or additive to achieve the same? Others have tried embedding within epoxy, but with substandard K values (max 27 instead of 7,000 as per the raw powder)