Thermally Stimulated Polarization and Depolarization Current (TSPC/TSDC) Techniques for Studying Ion Motion in Glass
The feasibility of studying ionic motion in glass using thermally stimulated polarization (TSPC)/depolarization current (TSDC) techniques was investigated with 4Na2O-96SiO2 and 30PbO-70SiO2 (mol %) glasses. The TSPC peaks in these glasses were dependent on glass composition and attributed to bulk polarization. The high temperature background TSPC is shown to be due to the d.c. conductivity, whereas the TSPC/TSDC peaks in the 4Na2O glass are attributed to shorter range Na+ motion.
C. Hong and D. E. Day, "Thermally Stimulated Polarization and Depolarization Current (TSPC/TSDC) Techniques for Studying Ion Motion in Glass," Journal of Materials Science, Springer Verlag, Oct 1979.
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Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Polymer Sciences; Materials Science; Characterization and Evaluation Materials; Mechanics; Crystallography; Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials
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