Phase Transitions in Ionic Conductors

@inproceedings{Salamon1979PhaseTI,
  title={Phase Transitions in Ionic Conductors},
  author={Myron Ben Salamon},
  year={1979}
}
  • Myron Ben Salamon
  • Published 1979
  • Materials Science
  • Upon melting, the ionic conductivity σ of a salt generally shows a sharp increase, typically several orders of magnitude, to a liquid value of σ ~ 102 Ω−1. Crystals with superionic [7.1] or solid electrolyte phases, however, pass, either gradually or through a series of phase transitions, from normal ionic conductivity (σ < 0.1 Ω−1m−1) to liquidlike values while still solid. The purpose of this chapter is to examine the nature of the phase transitions between low- and high-conductivity phases… CONTINUE READING

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