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Nanoionics is the study of ion transport in nanoscale systems. There are two classes of solid state ionic nanosystems and two fundamentally different nanoionics. Topics of interest include fundamental properties of oxide ceramics at nanometer length scales and superionic conductor (advanced superionic conductor)/electronic conductor heterostructures. Applications include electrochemical devices and energy conversion. The term and conception of nanoionics (as a new branch of science) was first introduced by Despotulu and Nikolaichic in 17 January 1992.
- Despotuli A.L., Nikolaichic V.I. A step towards nanoionics // Solid State Ionics. 1993. V. 60. P. 275-278.
- Despotuli A.L., Andreeva A.V., Rambabu B. Nanoionics of advanced superionic conductors // Ionics. 2005. V. 11. P. 306-314.
- Maier J. Nanoionics: ion transport and electrochemical storage in confined systems // Nature Materials. 2005. V. 4. P. 805-815.
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