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Title: Towards the understanding of the mechanism of dc protonic conduction in graphene oxide
Authors: Poklonski, N. A.
Samuilov, V. A.
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Минск : БГУ
Citation: Материалы и структуры современной электроники : материалы VIII Междунар. науч. конф., Минск, 10–12 окт. 2018 г. / Белорус. гос. ун-т ; редкол.: В. Б. Оджаев (отв. ред.) [и др.]. – Минск : БГУ, 2018. – С. 214-219.
Abstract: It is found the dependence of the graphene oxide dc electrical conduction vs. temperature at fixed air humidity levels (under the laboratory conditions) to be nonmonotonic with a pronounced maximum. The increasing of the conduction while the temperature drops corresponds to the protonic concentration increase due to water molecules adsorption as the result of condensation (chilled mirror effect). At this condensation process, the dew point temperature can be determined as the temperature of the fastest adsorption rate of water molecules (and the protonic conduction fastest increase vs. temperature). At some temperatures, either at 0 °C under atmospheric pressure, when the adsorbed water turns into ice, or at the dew point at T < 0 °C, at further temperature drop the protonic conductivity suddenly starts to exponentially decrease via the Arrhenius-type dependence with the activation energy of ≈ 0.7 eV.
Description: Нанотехнологии, наноструктуры, квантовые явления. Наноэлектроника. Приборы на квантовых эффектах
URI: http://elib.bsu.by/handle/123456789/215235
ISBN: 978-985-566-671-5
Sponsorship: The work was partially supported by the Belarusian National Research Program “Convergence”, by the Belarusian Republican Foundation for Fundamental Research (Grant No. F18R-253), by the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020 (Grant No. H2020-MSCA-RISE-2015-691010 HUNTER) and by Sensor CAT at Stony Brook University, NY.
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