Nonlinear ionic conductivity of thin solid electrolyte samples: Comparison between theory and experiment

@article{Heuer2005NonlinearIC,
  title={Nonlinear ionic conductivity of thin solid electrolyte samples: Comparison between theory and experiment},
  author={A. Heuer and S. Murugavel and B. Roling},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2005},
  volume={72},
  pages={174304}
}
  • A. Heuer, S. Murugavel, B. Roling
  • Published 2005
  • Physics
  • Physical Review B
  • Nonlinear conductivity effects are studied experimentally and theoretically for thin samples of disordered ionic conductors. Following previous work in this field the {\it experimental nonlinear conductivity} of sodium ion conducting glasses is analyzed in terms of apparent hopping distances. Values up to 43 \AA are obtained. Due to higher-order harmonic current density detection, any undesired effects arising from Joule heating can be excluded. Additionally, the influence of temperature and… CONTINUE READING
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