Coherency strain and its effect on ionic conductivity and diffusion in solid electrolytes--an improved model for nanocrystalline thin films and a review of experimental data.

@article{Korte2014CoherencySA,
  title={Coherency strain and its effect on ionic conductivity and diffusion in solid electrolytes--an improved model for nanocrystalline thin films and a review of experimental data.},
  author={C Korte and J Keppner and Achim Peters and Nicole Schichtel and Halit Aydin and Juergen Janek},
  journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP},
  year={2014},
  volume={16 44},
  pages={24575-91}
}
A phenomenological and analytical model for the influence of strain effects on atomic transport in columnar thin films is presented. A model system consisting of two types of crystalline thin films with coherent interfaces is assumed. Biaxial mechanical strain ε0 is caused by lattice misfit of the two phases. The conjoined films consist of columnar crystallites with a small diameter l. Strain relaxation by local elastic deformation, parallel to the hetero-interface, is possible along the… CONTINUE READING

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