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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Hence, the dielectric loss peak is the typical fingerprint for ionic conduction.
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.
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.
The result is an instantaneous heating of anything that will react to either dipole rotation or ionic conduction, the two fundamental mechanisms for transferring energy from microwaves to the substance being heated.
Usually plasticizer and crosslinker are added to enhance the salt solvating power and the sufficient mobility of ions necessary for ionic conduction [11].
was identified as charge species that responsible for ionic conduction to take place which was originated from ammonium ion, N[H.
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.