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Solid-State Ionics in the 21st Century: Current Status and Future Prospects
The phenomenon of ion migration in solids forms the basis for a wide variety of electrochemical applications, ranging from power generators and chemical sensors to ionic switches. Solid-state ionics (SSI) is the field of research concerning ionic motions in solids and the materials properties associated with them. Owing to the ever-growing technological importance of electrochemical devices, together with the discoveries of various solids displaying superior ionic conductivity at relatively lowdoi:10.1557/mrs2009.211 fatcat:axikqbbu75eo7cevliod6tx3uq