transference number

transference number

[tranz′fər·əns ‚nəm·bər]
(physical chemistry)
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Figure 2 shows the changes of the electronic transference number as functions of temperature for different slags, at CO/C[O.sub.2] = 1.
The transference number measurements were made using Wagner's polarization technique [26] and Watanabe technique [27], and the results are presented in Table 2 and Figure 6.
The ionic transference number is defined as the ratio of transference number of any particles/ions to total conductivity ([[sigma].sub.T]) [39].
Both the Li-ion transference number determination and cyclic voltammetry (CV) were important in evaluating the performance of the electrolyte membrane.
Physical characterization was carried out using electrical impedance spectroscopy and transference number measurement to investigate the ionic conductivity and conduction mechanism of PBE films.
[t.sub.+] is the so-called transference number and physically represents the charge carried by the lithium ions relative to the solvent due to drift.
Several experimental techniques like X-ray diffractrometer (XRD), Fourier transform infrared (FTIR), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), transference number were carried out to characterize these polymer electrolytes.
The efficiency of transport is directly related to the transference number of the species, which, in turn, is related to its ionic mobility and concentration.
Transference Number. The transport (transference) number (t) of the samples indicates the sum of current carried by anions, cations, or electrons in terms of the total conductivity ([sigma]).
The transference number measurements were made using Wagner's polarization technique [19] and presented in Table 2 and Figure 6.
The lithium ion transference number (i.e., [Li.sup.+]) of the sample was measured at room temperature in the polymer electrolyte system.
One important property not being addressed by the present multiple ion separator systems is a high transference number ([t.sub.+]), defined as the fraction of current carried by the active species.