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Cross section through a borate glass layer embedded between two crystalline Al(Li) electrodes in the (a) as-prepared state and (b) after annealing for at .
(a) Nyquist diagram of the specific resistivity of two glass films with (●) Al(Li) electrodes and (엯) electrodes. (b) The capacity per unit area of the films is found to be a linear function of the inverse glass thickness.
Arrhenius representation of the ionic conductivity of sputtered glass films. Results obtained during the first and second heating cycle are shown for a rather thick and a very thin layer .
Ionic conductivities for glassy borate films of varying thickness in comparison to a glass produced from the melt. In each case, the stable conductivity after the first annealing cycle is shown.
Ionic conductivity at plotted vs the layer thickness. The solid line represents a fit according to the space charge model.
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