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Studies on Transport Properties of Fe3+: Li2O-K2O-CdO-B2O3 Glass System: An Evidence of Mixed Alkali Effect

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The glasses of the type (30 x)Li2O xK2O 10CdO 一 59B2O3 doped with 1 mol% of Fe2O3 were prepared by melt quench technique and their non-crystallinility has been established by XRD studies. The glasses were investigated for room temperature density and electrical conductivity in the temperature range 300 - 523 K and in the frequency range 102 to 105 Hz. The frequency and temperature dependence of conductivity as dielectric constant are presented.

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G. Padmaja and P. Kistaiah, "Studies on Transport Properties of Fe3+: Li2O-K2O-CdO-B2O3 Glass System: An Evidence of Mixed Alkali Effect," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 4 No. 6, 2013, pp. 855-858. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2013.46115.

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