Atomic-scale mechanistic features of oxide ion conduction in apatite-type germanates
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Atomistic modelling studies of the apatite-type oxide ion conductor La-9.33(GeO4)(6)O-2 show that a key role of the O4 channel oxygen atoms appears to be as a reservoir for the creation of interstitial oxide ion defects, while the migration of these defects proceeds via the GeO4 tetrahedra.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 17 Dec 2007|