Electro-Chemo-Mechanics of Solids (Electronic Materials: Science & Technology)

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Published by Springer

Jul, 2017

192 pages

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This book brings together a collection of chapters that focus on the relationship among electrical, chemical, and mechanical properties and the study of adjusting one property through the control of another, namely, Electro-Chemo-Mechanics (ECM). The authors examine how this relationship can result in beneficial properties, such as mixed ionic and electronic conductivity, in oxides, upon oxygen deficiency or lithium insertion (electro-chemo) and/or changes in ionic and electronic mobility observed in strained systems (electro-mechano). They also consider how ECM interactions can be responsible for large stresses from non-stoichiometry induced lattice dilation (chemo-mechano). While many volumes are available devoted to the study of the origins and characteristics of electro-chemical relationships, they form the well-known field of electrochemistry, this volume is highly novel in its examination of the corresponding electro-mechanical, chemo-mechanical, and electro-chemo-mechanical relationships. The book is ideal for researchers and design engineers interested in energy storage and conversion and the electrical and mechanical properties of materials.

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Title: Electro-Chemo-Mechanics of Solids (Electronic Materials: Science & Technology)
Language: English
Length: 192
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: 2017-07-22
ISBN-10: 3319514059
ISBN-13: 9783319514055
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