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35 Most of the materials mentioned so far are hardly ceramics, but they do serve to show that compounds of especially Ag and Cu (with large anions like S) are common solid electrolytes. Their interest is precisely that they behave this way at lowish temperatures (which are more convenient for studying the solid electrolyte state). But, it should be remarked, the fluorite-type dioxides and all fiuorite-related structures ("defect fluorites") also become solid electrolytes (at a few hundred to > 1 000 °C); anion-deficient ones particularly stabilised zirconias (Sec.
Vol. 2. New York: Interscience. Wyckoff, R. W G. , Vol. 3. New York: Interscience. Wyckoff, R. W. G. , Vol. 4. New York: Interscience. 2 Oxide Ceramics James D. A. William E. K. 1 Fused and Tabular Refractory Grades Materials Science and Technology Copyright © WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co KGaA. Allrightsreserved. c. ) in 1991. This is broken down into broad categories in Table 2-1. The field of oxide glasses constitutes more than half of the world dollar volume. This important field is covered in Volume 9 of this Series.
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Structure and Properties of Ceramics by M.V. Swain (editor)