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Title: Revealing fast proton transport in condensed matter by means of density scaling concept
Authors: Wojnarowska, Żaneta
Musiał, Małgorzata
Cheng, Shinian
Gapinski, Jacek
Patkowski, Adam
Pionteck, Jurgen
Paluch, Marian
Keywords: Dynamic light scattering; Charge transport; Thermodynamics; Electrical conductivity; Materials
Issue Date: 2020
Abstract: Herein, we investigate the charge transport and structural dynamics in the supercooled and glassy state of protic ionic material with an efficient interionic Grotthuss mechanism. We found that superprotonic properties of studied acebutolol hydrochloride (ACB-HCl) depend on thermodynamic conditions with the most favorable regions being close to the glass-transition temperature (Tg) and glasstransition pressure (Pg). To quantify the contribution of fast proton hopping to overall charge transport over a broad T−P space, we employed the density scaling concept, one of the most important experimental findings in the field of condensed matter physics. We found that isothermal and isobaric dc-conductivity (σdc) and dynamic light scattering (τα) data of ACB-HCl plotted as a function of (TVγ)−1 satisfy the thermodynamic scaling criterion with the ratio γσ/γα appearing as a new measure of fast charge transport in protic ionic glass-formers in the T−P plane. Such a universal factor becomes an alternative to the well-known Walden rule being limited to ambient pressure conditions.
DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.0c03548
ISSN: 1932-7447
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