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Abstract

The sol-gel method can be applied for preparing ionic conductors, for example, electrolytes or sensors, in which monovalent ions such as lithium, sodium as well as proton are used as the transport ions. Although there are few reports on practical application using ion conducting coatings, these ionic conductors seem to become an interesting area for the sol-gel field.

Keywords

Adsorbed Water Molecule Lithium Perchlorate Glass Film Thin Film Electrolyte Proton Conducting Polymer 
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  • M. Nogami

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