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The Effect of Electric Energy Accumulation by Hydrated ZrO2 – Nanoparticles

Version 1 : Received: 11 January 2022 / Approved: 12 January 2022 / Online: 12 January 2022 (17:46:13 CET)

How to cite: Doroshkevich, A.S.; Shylo, A.V.; Lyubchyk, A.I.; Oksengendler, B.L.; Zelenyak, T.Y.; Appazov, N.O.; Kirillov, A.K.; Vasilenko, T.A.; Tatarinova, A.A.; Gorban, O.O.; Bodnarchuk, V.I.; Nikiforova, N.N.; Balasoiu, M.; Mardare, D.M.; Mita, C.; Luca, D.; Mirzayev, M.N.; Nabiyev, A.A.; Popov, E.P.; Stanculescu, A.I.; Konstantinova, T.E.; Aleksiayenak, Y.V. The Effect of Electric Energy Accumulation by Hydrated ZrO2 – Nanoparticles. Preprints 2022, 2022010179 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202201.0179.v1). Doroshkevich, A.S.; Shylo, A.V.; Lyubchyk, A.I.; Oksengendler, B.L.; Zelenyak, T.Y.; Appazov, N.O.; Kirillov, A.K.; Vasilenko, T.A.; Tatarinova, A.A.; Gorban, O.O.; Bodnarchuk, V.I.; Nikiforova, N.N.; Balasoiu, M.; Mardare, D.M.; Mita, C.; Luca, D.; Mirzayev, M.N.; Nabiyev, A.A.; Popov, E.P.; Stanculescu, A.I.; Konstantinova, T.E.; Aleksiayenak, Y.V. The Effect of Electric Energy Accumulation by Hydrated ZrO2 – Nanoparticles. Preprints 2022, 2022010179 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202201.0179.v1).

Abstract

The dimensional effect of the accumulation of an electric charge with a density of up to 270 μF/g by the system of compacted zirconium dioxide nanoparticles during exposure in an electric field (5000 V/m) under normal physical conditions is determined. Based on a qualitative complex analysis of the forms of appearance of the effect, it is shown that the place of localization of different charge carriers is the surface of nanoparticles. The supposed mechanism of this effect is considered using the theory of dispersed systems, the band theory, and the theory of contact phenomena in semiconductors. It was concluded that this mechanism is due to the phenomenon of localization of electron-type charge nanoparticles in the near-surface zone of the material in contact with the adsorption ion atmosphere. This effect is relevant for modern nanoelectronics, microsystem technology, and printed electronics.

Keywords

Zirconium oxide; powder nanotechnologies; nanoionic capacitors; nanoelectronics; dimensional effects

Subject

PHYSICAL SCIENCES, Other

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