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Electronic conductivity studies on oxyhalide glasses containing TMO

Vijayatha, D and Viswanatha, R and Sujatha, B and Reddy, Narayana C (2016) Electronic conductivity studies on oxyhalide glasses containing TMO. In: International Conference on Condensed Matter and Applied Physics (ICC), OCT 30-31, 2015, Bikaner, INDIA.

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Microwave-assisted synthesis is cleaner, more economical and much faster than conventional methods. The development of new routes for the synthesis of solid materials is an integral part of material science and technology. The electronic conductivity studies on xPbCl(2) - 60 PbO -(40-x) V2O5 (1 >= x <= 10) glass system has been carried out over a wide range of composition and temperature (300 K to 423 K). X-ray diffraction study confirms the amorphous nature of the samples. The Scanning electron microscopic studies reveal the formation of cluster like morphology in PbCl2 containing glasses. The d. c conductivity exhibits Arrhenius behaviour and increases with V2O5 concentration. Analysis of the results is interpreted in view Austin-Mott's small polaron model of electron transport. Activation energies calculated using regression analysis exhibit composition dependent trend and the variation is explained in view of the structure of lead-vanadate glass.

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Keywords: Activation energy; DSC; d. c. conductivity; electronic conductivity
Department/Centre: Division of Chemical Sciences > Solid State & Structural Chemistry Unit
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Date Deposited: 30 Jun 2016 04:32
Last Modified: 30 Jun 2016 04:32
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ac.in/id/eprint/54119

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