Friday, December 4, 2009

Deconstructing charge transport in complex materials II

Following up on my previous post on impedance spectroscopy I came across two helpful reviews.
The first is a "Colloquium" article by D.L. Sidebottom in a recent Reviews of Modern Physics. It shows how in glasses which have conducting ions the rms motion of the ions can be extracted directly from the frequency dependence of the conductivity.

The second article is a tutorial review applying impedance spectroscopy to conducting polymers, especially when they are used as electrodes in biomedical applications

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