A Study of Electrointercalation and Diffusion of Silver in Tantalum Disulphide Using Solid State Cells
The theoretical and practical importance of layered dichalcogenides as hosts for the intercalation of atomic and molecular species has recently been pointed out by various authors. In view of possible applications, a screening of the systems based on the determination of the diffusion coefficient of the relevant species seems useful. In this respect electrochemical techniques offer considerable advantages, primarily because of the short time scale of the experiments.
KeywordsApparent Diffusion Coefficient Silver Salt Evacuate Quartz Ampoule Solid State Cell Vanadium Bronze
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