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Sound of Matter

Author(s)
Katharina Holzweber, Christoph Tietz, Bogdan Sepiol, Michael Legenstein
Abstract

Glasses mixed with ions like alkali borate glasses or alkali* silicate glasses have high technological potentials for electrochemical devices such as solid-oxide fuel cells, solid-state batteries or chemical sensors. In the contrast to conventional liquid lithium-ion-batteries, these materials have a low self-discharge, a fast load capacity, a high stability, a high energy density and a reasonable and easy producibility.
The biggest deficit, however, is the low ionic conductivity, which corresponds to a low power density and is currently a hindrance for economic and industrial applications. Hence the full knowledge of structural properties and diffusion processes is an essential requirement of manufacturing ionic glasses with a maximum of power.

Organisation(s)
Dynamics of Condensed Systems
Publication date
09-2017
Austrian Fields of Science 2012
103015 Condensed matter, 103009 Solid state physics, 103018 Materials physics
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