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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Tsuchiya and Moriya, 1975 [24] have also observed a mixed electronic and ionic conduction in copper phosphate glasses existing in sites with different bending forces.
In the low frequency range the increase in [epsilon]' with the decrease in frequency is characteristic of electrical conduction, either by impurity electron and hole conduction, or ionic conduction. In either case, conduction in such a high-resistivity film could lead to injection of space charge coupled with material polarization [23].
Saivada, "Ionic conduction in nematic and smectic a liquid crystals," Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, vol.
Furthermore, it is also important to mention that the study of electrical conductivity of this glass system shows an ionic conduction type produced by Pb ions and [B.sup.+3] ions at a specific concentration of [V.sub.2][O.sub.5].
Despite a common belief that solids don't conduct ions, some solids with specific structural and physical properties exhibit a fast ionic conduction, which is comparable to that of liquids.
Besides that, N[H.sub.4.sup.+] is believed to be responsible for the ionic conduction [3].
Studies on the ionic conduction is focusing on the nature of the charge transport that occurred in the polymer electrolyte while the optical properties are aimed at achieving better reflection, antireflection, interface, and polarization properties.
The bulk-limited conduction mechanisms include (1) Poole-Frenkel emission, (2) hopping conduction, (3) ohmic conduction, (4) space-charge-limited conduction, (5) ionic conduction, and (6) grain-boundary-limited conduction.
Initially as the salt concentration increases, since dissociated ions are less, both [I.sup.-] ions and [Pr.sub.4][N.sup.+] ions can be expected to be mobile and contribute to ionic conduction and the conductivity rises sharply.
where [[summation].sub.EDL], [[summation].sub.Stern], and [[summation].sub.Prot] are the contributions to the surface conductivity from ionic conduction in the EDL, in the Stern layer, and associated with proton transfer, respectively.
Ramadan, "Ionic conduction in the SrTi[O.sub.3]--YSZ--SrTi[O.sub.3] heterostructure," Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, vol.
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.