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7Li NMR study of ionically conducting glasses

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 February 2011

Tomoko Akai*
Affiliation:
Osaka National Research Institute, 1-8-31 Midorigaoka, Ikeda, Osaka, Japan, 563. e-mail akai@onri.go.jp
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Abstract

Temperature dependence of 7Li NMR was measured in 50Li20-50B203 glasses. A new method for the analysis of motional narrowing of the line width (MNLW) incorporating Kohlrasuch-Williams-Watt (KWW) function, exp(-(t/τ)β) is presented. The obtained activation parameters are compared with that from conductivity. It was shown that MNLW can be explained by the same activation energy from conductivity. It was found that electrical relaxation time was an order of magnitude smaller than that from those from NMR line width. At high temperature region, where the line is well narrowed, a residual line width was observed. It is as large as 1 kHz, and gradually decreases with the increase in temperature. It was explained that there is a mobility difference in lithium ions in this glass. These results suggest that some fraction of ions are highly mobilized in the glass.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 1999

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