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Synthesis and Electrophysical Properties of Superionic Conductors Li3M2(PO4)3 (M = Fe, Sc, Cr)

  • A. B. Bykov
  • L. N. Dem’yanets
  • S. N. Doronin
  • A. K. Ivanov-Shits
  • O. K. Mel’nikov
  • B. K. Sevast’yanov
  • V. A. Timofeeva
  • A. P. Chirkin
Part of the Growth of Crystals book series (GROC, volume 16)

Abstract

Compounds with high ionic conduction (solid electrolytes) attract the attention of investigators with respect to both scientific interest (the nature and mechanism of ionic transport) and the promise of practical use (storage batteries, fuel elements, sensitive gas detectors and analyzers, etc.).

Keywords

Superionic Conductor Electrophysical Property Superionic Phase Superionic State Isomorphic Replacement 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. B. Bykov
  • L. N. Dem’yanets
  • S. N. Doronin
  • A. K. Ivanov-Shits
  • O. K. Mel’nikov
  • B. K. Sevast’yanov
  • V. A. Timofeeva
  • A. P. Chirkin

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