Dielectric Studies on CuO-Na2O-B2O3 Glasses
Published: 1 January 2020
New Journal of Glass and Ceramics , Volume 10, pp 45-56; doi:10.4236/njgc.2020.104004
Abstract: This work is aimed to shed light on the dielectric behavior of CuO containing glasses, since no publications concerning this issue have been presented before. Different glasses in the binary Na2O-B2O3 system were prepared by melt annealing technique. XRD spectra have shown that the amorphous structure is dominant in all glasses containing mixed concentrations from CuO and Na2O. The crystalline phases appeared only in glass free from Na2O. The dielectric spectroscopy is applied to shed some light on the conduction mechanisms in terms of changing both the dielectric constant and the electrical modulus of the investigated glasses. The ac conductivity increases with increasing frequency and decreases with increasing CuO concentration. Both the dielectric constant and dissipation loss is decreased with increasing frequency. Correlated barrier hopping (CBH) is considered an appropriate conduction mechanism results from the increase of frequency.
Keywords: impedance spectroscopy / CuO / electrical measurement / Borate Glasses
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