Conductivity Studies in Proton Irradiated AgI-Ag2O-V2O5-TeO2 Super-Ionic Glass System

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The electrical properties of proton ion beam irradiated glass samples are carried out by impedance spectroscopy in the frequency range from 10 Hz to 32 MHz. The ion beam of energy 3 MeV and fluence of of 1014 particles cm-2 was chosen for irradiation. The conductivity of the super ionic glass samples increases after irradiation and other electrical parameters like dielectric constant, dielectric loss and modulus of the proton irradiated glass samples as a function of glass composition and temperature are observed to change. The dielectric constant and the dielectric losses are increased after irradiation and the modulus parameters confirm the non-Debye nature for irradiated samples also.

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P. Sharma, D. Kanchan, M. Pant and K. Singh, "Conductivity Studies in Proton Irradiated AgI-Ag2O-V2O5-TeO2 Super-Ionic Glass System," Materials Sciences and Applications, Vol. 1 No. 2, 2010, pp. 59-65. doi: 10.4236/msa.2010.12011.

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