Thermally Stimulated Polarization Current in Sodium Germanate Glass
The electrical conductivity of XNa2O·(100−X)GeO2 glasses where X is 0.19 and 27.5 mol%, was studied by means of the technique of thermally stimulated polarization current. The compositional dependence of the parameter σ 0 T/n 1/3, where σ 0 is the preexponential facor for conductivity and n is the nominal concentration of sodium ions, suggests that these glasses contain some sort of inhomogeneities. This suggestion is supported by the phase diagram.
A. Doi and D. E. Day, "Thermally Stimulated Polarization Current in Sodium Germanate Glass," Journal of Materials Science, Springer Verlag, Dec 1980.
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Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Polymer Sciences; Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering; Characterization and Evaluation Materials; Mechanics
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01 Dec 1980