Active and Passive Electronic Components

Active and Passive Electronic Components / 1990 / Article

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Volume 14 |Article ID 082403 |

Liu Jun, J. Portier, B. Tanguy, J. J. Videau, M. Ait Allal, J. Morcos, J. Salardenne, "Application of Silver Conducting Glasses to Solid State Batteries and Sensors", Active and Passive Electronic Components, vol. 14, Article ID 082403, 14 pages, 1990.

Application of Silver Conducting Glasses to Solid State Batteries and Sensors

Received20 Feb 1990
Accepted12 Mar 1990


Fast silver ion conducting glasses as electrochemical devices have been tested. A silver iodine battery using a silver ionic conducting glass (AgPO3-Ag2S-AgI) has been studied. The interaction of some gases (O2 CI2, H2S) with the electrochemical chains: Pt/Sb2S3-AgI (glass)/Ag and Pt/AgCl (thin film)/Sb2S3- AgI (glass)/Ag has been investigated. Finally, the behavior of thin films of Ag2S3-Ag2S-CdS glasses as sensitive membranes for Cd detection in solution has been tested on MIS structures Au/Si/SiO2/ Membrane/Cd in solution/Reference electrode.

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