• Electrical conductivity studies of cobalt-precipitation in RbCl crystals

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      Electrical conductivity; expulsion; RbCl: CoCl2; precipitation

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      The results of electrical conductivity measurements in heavily doped RbCl:CoCl2 crystals with 2500 and 6000 ppm of cobalt are being reported in this paper. The different regions of the conductivity plots for the crystals with the two concentrations of cobalt have been explained and relevant energy parameters determined. The crystals with 6000 ppm of cobalt have been found to contain two types of precipitates one of these being of the same type as that existing in RbCl crystals with 2500 ppm of cobalt while the other being of a different composition.

      Further, it has been found that the crystals appear blackened after heating during measurements. The blackening has been attributed to the expulsion of cobalt from the bulk of the crystal which forms an oxide at the surface.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      S K Gupta1 S D Pandey1

      1. Physics Department, PPN College, Kanpur - 208 001, India
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  • Pramana – Journal of Physics | News

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