Electrical Properties of GeO2–NiO Materials Containing Ni2GeO4

Tsygankov, V. N.; Safonov, V. V.; Kozlov, A. I.; Gavrilov, V. P.
October 2003
Inorganic Materials;Oct2003, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p1076
Academic Journal
The GeO2–NiO system is studied in the stability range of Ni2GeO4 by temperature-dependent resistivity measurements, in combination with x-ray diffraction, differential thermal analysis, and thermogravimetry. The resistivity of the starting mixtures and heat-treated samples is measured in the composition range 55–90 mol % NiO. The effect of air humidity on the resistivity of the samples is examined.


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