ionic conduction

ionic conduction

[ī′än·ik kən′dək·shən]
(solid-state physics)
Electrical conduction of a solid due to the displacement of ions within the crystal lattice.
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It is shown that the ionic conduction is confined to the amorphous phase of the polymer electrolytes above the glass transition temperature, wherein the segmental mobility of the polymer chains plays an important role in enhancing the ionic conductivity.
On the other hand, the ionic liquids that have high ionic conduction and high catalytic activity and are thermally stable, are suitable for changing the carbon electrodes," Dr.
Diffusion and ionic conduction in oxides; data compilation.
Materials disperse microwave energy by two main methods: ionic conduction and dipole rotation.
Our material uses ionic conduction, much like the nerves and muscles in your body," Finkenstadt explains.
This work collects numerous abstracts of papers on topics in ceramics, such as carbon and carbides, nitrides, oxides, silicates, diffusion processes, point defects, linear defects, and ionic conduction.
It has some technological advantages in electrochromic devices and fuel cells because of its superior mechanical properties and better ionic conduction.
in Egypt; elucidation of ionic conduction in oxide electrolytes by AC method by three researchers at Yokohama National U.
It is important to understand the effects of ionic conduction when interpreting impedance data obtained by the aqueous electrode method.
Significant work was submitted in the domain of new cation and anion conductors and in the mechanisms of ionic conduction.
At low frequencies, electrode polarization and ionic conduction influence the measured signal so no relaxed dielectric permittivity ([epsilon].