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A Novel Fast Lithium—Ionic Conductor.

  • L. Moreno-Real (a1), T. Ramirez-Cardenas (a1), S. Bruoue (a1), M. Martinez-Lara (a1) and J.R. Ramosbarrado (a2)...

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The lithium derivatives from anhydrous niobium (Y) phosphate were made through NbOPO4.H20 and LiCl by solid state reaction at 200 ºC and subsequentannealed at 500ºC. The solid with the highest lithium content, exhibits the maximum conductivity of all materials prepared. The electrical conductivity of this solid ranges from 10-10 Ω-1 cm-1 at 373K to 3.62.10-3Ω-1cm-1 at 683K.

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A Novel Fast Lithium—Ionic Conductor.

  • L. Moreno-Real (a1), T. Ramirez-Cardenas (a1), S. Bruoue (a1), M. Martinez-Lara (a1) and J.R. Ramosbarrado (a2)...

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