Transport properties of fluorite oxides

Subbarao, E. C. ; Maiti, H. S. (1983) Transport properties of fluorite oxides Proceedings Conference on High Temperature Solid Oxide Electrolytes, 1 . pp. 157-170.

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Theoretical aspects of ionic transport have been revised from the phenomenological and atomistic points of view. Experimental results on ionic conductivity and diffusion coefficient for the important oxide electrolytes are discussed. Compositional dependence of ionic conductivity of the electrolytes have been explained on the basis of both short and long range interactions between the oxygen vacancies and the impurity cations. Importance of grain boundaries on the electrical conductivity and the characteristics of electronic conduction in these electrolytes are discussed.

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Keywords:Chemical Composition; Diffusion Coefficient; Electrolytes; Fluorite; Ionic Mobility; Temperature Dependence; Activation Energy; Grain Boundaries; High Temperature; Stoichiometry; Vacancies (Crystal Defects)
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