Solid-state ionics in the 21st century: Current status and future prospects

Masakazu Aono, Roger A. De Souza, Miran Gaberscek, Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, Paul Heitjans, M. Saiful Islam, Janko Jamnik, Manfred Martin, Truls Norby, Toshitsugu Sakamoto, Peter R. Slater, Kazuya Terabe, Martin Wilkening

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Abstract

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 low temperatures, research activities in this field have grown rapidly since the 1960s, culminating in "nanoionics": the area of SSI concerned with nanometer-scale systems. This theme issue introduces key research issues that we believe are, and will remain, the main research topics in nanoionics and SSI during the 21st century. These include the application of cutting-edge experimental techniques, such as secondary ion mass spectroscopy and nuclear magnetic resonance, to investigate ionic diffusion in both bulk solids and at interfaces, as well as the use of atomic-scale modeling as a virtual probe of ionic conduction mechanisms and defect interactions. We highlight the effects of protonic conduction at the nanometer scale and how better control of interfaces can be employed to make secondary lithium batteries based on nanoionics principles. Finally, in addition to power generation and storage, the emergence of atomic switches based on cation diffusion shows great promise in developing next-generation transistors using SSI.

Originalspracheenglisch
Seiten (von - bis)900-906
Seitenumfang7
FachzeitschriftMRS bulletin
Jahrgang34
Ausgabenummer12
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 1 Dez 2009
Extern publiziertJa

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switches
ionic diffusion
conduction
storage batteries
electric generators
lithium batteries
ion currents
ions
transistors
mass spectroscopy
Switches
Ions
Ionic conduction
cations
nuclear magnetic resonance
Lithium batteries
probes
sensors
defects

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  • !!Condensed Matter Physics
  • !!Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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Aono, M., De Souza, R. A., Gaberscek, M., Hasegawa, T., Heitjans, P., Saiful Islam, M., ... Wilkening, M. (2009). Solid-state ionics in the 21st century: Current status and future prospects. MRS bulletin, 34(12), 900-906.

Solid-state ionics in the 21st century : Current status and future prospects. / Aono, Masakazu; De Souza, Roger A.; Gaberscek, Miran; Hasegawa, Tsuyoshi; Heitjans, Paul; Saiful Islam, M.; Jamnik, Janko; Martin, Manfred; Norby, Truls; Sakamoto, Toshitsugu; Slater, Peter R.; Terabe, Kazuya; Wilkening, Martin.

in: MRS bulletin, Jahrgang 34, Nr. 12, 01.12.2009, S. 900-906.

Publikation: Beitrag in einer FachzeitschriftArtikelForschungBegutachtung

Aono, M, De Souza, RA, Gaberscek, M, Hasegawa, T, Heitjans, P, Saiful Islam, M, Jamnik, J, Martin, M, Norby, T, Sakamoto, T, Slater, PR, Terabe, K & Wilkening, M 2009, 'Solid-state ionics in the 21st century: Current status and future prospects' MRS bulletin, Jg. 34, Nr. 12, S. 900-906.
Aono M, De Souza RA, Gaberscek M, Hasegawa T, Heitjans P, Saiful Islam M et al. Solid-state ionics in the 21st century: Current status and future prospects. MRS bulletin. 2009 Dez 1;34(12):900-906.
Aono, Masakazu ; De Souza, Roger A. ; Gaberscek, Miran ; Hasegawa, Tsuyoshi ; Heitjans, Paul ; Saiful Islam, M. ; Jamnik, Janko ; Martin, Manfred ; Norby, Truls ; Sakamoto, Toshitsugu ; Slater, Peter R. ; Terabe, Kazuya ; Wilkening, Martin. / Solid-state ionics in the 21st century : Current status and future prospects. in: MRS bulletin. 2009 ; Jahrgang 34, Nr. 12. S. 900-906.
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