Martensitic α↔γ Phase Transition and Ionic Conductivity in "Pure" and Doped LiIO3 Single Crystals

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The polymorphism and anisotropy of electrical, dielectric, and thermophysical properties of “pure” and doped LiIO3 single crystals are studied. The hexagonal a-LiIO3 phase is a 1-D ionic conductor (along the c axis). The anisotropy of the ionic conductivity of the a-phase can be reduced by doping with transitive metals (Fe, Mo, Ni). The martensitic character of the a«g transition is proved. In the γ-phase, only a slight anisotropy of the conductivity is found. The a«g transition is not an ionic-superionic one.

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Materials Science Forum (Volumes 480-481)

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A. Méndez-Vilas

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405-410

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V. Trnovcová et al., "Martensitic α↔γ Phase Transition and Ionic Conductivity in "Pure" and Doped LiIO3 Single Crystals", Materials Science Forum, Vols. 480-481, pp. 405-410, 2005

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