INVESTIGADORES
FRECHERO marisa Alejandra
artículos
Título:
Ion-polaron interaction in modified tellurite glasses
Autor/es:
HERNANDEZ GARC√ćA, L.; MOLINA, M.C.; ZORATTI, M.; CARDILLO, E.; TERNY, S.; SOLA, M; FRECHERO, M. A.
Revista:
Material Science & Engineering International Journal
Editorial:
MEDCrave
Referencias:
Lugar: Budapest; Año: 2019 vol. 3 p. 113 - 116
Resumen:
Glasses formed by different oxides are of uppermost importance because they aredeveloped for many applications in electronics, optics, biology, etc. Oxide glasses are built by a three-dimensional network of corner connected oxygen polyhedral that can be modified by the inclusion of other oxides such as transition metal oxides. In this work, the polaron conductivity due to the presence of transition metal oxides in tellurite glasses is analyzed in systems containing alkaline (AO) and alkaline earth oxides (AEO). It is explained how the presence of metal cations (AO or AEO) affects the displacement of the polaron through the network due to the ion-polaron interaction.