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Effect of Synthesis Process on Ionic Conduction and Mobility of Flyash Based Polymer Composite Electrolyte

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A new composite system, using a very low cost material (flyash) was synthesized by two different techniques. This system was characterized by various experimental techniques. Changes in surface morphology have been observed in optical microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopic (SEM) images. Variation of dielectric constant, dielectric loss, tangent loss and modulus spectra with frequency and temperature were studied with the aid of impedance spectroscopy.
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Keywords: FLYASH; FLYASH POLYMER SALT COMPLEXATION; IONIC CONDUCTION; IONIC MOBILITY; NCPES ETC

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2014

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