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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 83  2024
Effect of Li2O on Physical, Structural, Thermal and Electrical Properties of MgO-V2O5 Glasses
Vimi Dua and Kulvir Singh*
Pages : 7-12
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.2024.2274552
Abstract
Three compositions 75V2O5-25MgO (MVL-0), 75V2O5-16MgO-9Li2O (MVL-9) and 75V2O5-13MgO-12Li2O (MVL-12) were synthesized by melt-quench technique. Addition of Li2O instead of MgO promoted the devitrification of magnesium vanadate glass. X-ray diffraction pattern showed the amorphous nature of MVL-0, while MVL-9 and MVL-12 were seen to exhibit a lithium vanadium oxide phase with the presence of some amorphous phase. Densities of the samples increased with the increase in Li2O concentration. Raman spectra of MVL-0 exhibited broad band as compared to the other samples; as Li2O concentration increased, the band became sharp including the appearance of some more new bands. High electrical conductivity was observed for MVL-12; ~9.615?10–5 S.cm–1 at 50oC to 1.96?10–3 S.cm–1 at 250oC, which is comparable to the conductivity of standard cathode materials used in battery and electrochemical fuel cells. So, these samples may be used as cathode materials due to good conductivity at 250oC for battery and electrochemical fuel cells. [Keywords: Glasses, Conductivity, Ceramics, Diffraction, Devitrification]
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