Electrical conductivity of Ag8SnS6-Ag2SnS3-AgBr alloys

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The electrical conductivity of Ag8SnS6-[(AgBr)4 · SnS2] alloys in the Ag8SnS6-Ag2SnS3-AgBr system has been measured by a dc probe method between 210 and 380 K. The non-Arrhenius behavior of their conductivity is attributed to the fact that electrical and mass transport processes in these alloys involve both silver cations and bromide anions.

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Original Russian Text © O.G. Mykolaychuk, N.V. Moroz, P.Yu. Demchenko, L.G. Akselrud, R.E. Gladyshevskii, 2010, published in Neorganicheskie Materialy, 2010, Vol. 46, No. 7, pp. 788–792.

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Mykolaychuk, O.G., Moroz, N.V., Demchenko, P.Y. et al. Electrical conductivity of Ag8SnS6-Ag2SnS3-AgBr alloys. Inorg Mater 46, 707–710 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0020168510070034

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Keywords

  • Solid State Ionic
  • AgBr
  • Current Electrode
  • Silver Halide
  • Arrhenius Behavior