Mass Transport for Reaction

  • Anna E. McHale


Oxide structures contain two or more sublattices in a prototypical array that defines the ideal dielectric, magnetic, and electronic structure. The requirements of symmetry and charge neutrality require that the creation of a defect, a change on one ionic or structural sublattice, be reflected in a balancing change on one or more of the other ionic or structural sublattices or through the creation of a charged electronic defect. Owing to the requirement of continuous charge balance and conservation of lattice symmetry and continuity, reaction and corrosive interaction is relatively slow in close-packed ionic lattices and relies on the preexistence of defects to progress.


Debye Length Ceramic Process Perfect Lattice Electronic Defect Defect Formation Energy 
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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1998

Authors and Affiliations

  • Anna E. McHale
    • 1
  1. 1.AlfredUSA

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