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Active and Passive Electronic Components - Volume 14 1990, Issue 2, Pages 81-94



Laboratoire de Chimie du Solide, Université de Bordeaux I, 351 Cours de la Libération, Talence Cédex, 33405, France

Laboratoire d-Etude des Matériaux pour la MicroElectronique, Université de Bordeaux I, 351 Cours de la Libération, Talence Cédex, 33405, France

Received 20 February 1990; Accepted 12 March 1990

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Abstract

Fast silver ion conducting glasses as electrochemical devices have been tested. A silver iodine batteryusing a silver ionic conducting glass AgPO3-Ag2S-AgI has been studied. The interaction of some gasesO2 CI2, H2S with the electrochemical chains: Pt-Sb2S3-AgI glass-Ag and Pt-AgCl thin film-Sb2S3-AgI glass-Ag has been investigated. Finally, the behavior of thin films of Ag2S3-Ag2S-CdS glasses assensitive membranes for Cd detection in solution has been tested on MIS structures Au-Si-SiO2-Membrane-Cd in solution-Reference electrode.





Author: Liu Jun, J. Portier, B. Tanguy, J. J. Videau, M. Ait Allal, J. Morcos, and J. Salardenne

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