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The voltage drop between two neighboring equipotential lines is U/ 20, with U being the applied voltage. The numbers indicate the potential in fractions of U. Sample size: 17:5d me  20d me  25d me . Microelectrodes in Solid State Ionics with AðrÞ ¼ 2pr 2 being the surface area of a hemisphere with radius r. Hence   1 rme R¼ 1À 2prme s bulk rce 33 ð32Þ results and in the limit of a half-infinite sample (rce ! y) the resistance is given by R¼ 1 pd me s bulk ð33Þ with d me ¼ 2rme . Eq. (33) is also a rather good approximation for a non-hemispherical counter-electrode as long as it is much larger than the microelectrode and su‰ciently far away.

Time-dependent microelectrode measurements thus also allow a rapid for t > dme =D ~ of the mobile component (for determination of the chemical di¤usion coe‰cient D examples O in oxides and Ag in silver halides). 1 Investigation of ‘‘Individual’’ Highly Resistive Grain Boundaries Relations Between Impedance Data and Local Properties The quantitative analysis of conventionally obtained grain boundary impedance data is problematic if grain boundary properties strongly vary from boundary to bound- 36 Ju¨rgen Fleig Fig.

5). For the sake of simplicity, let us assume a RC-like electrode impedance. Hence, in simple cases each bulk layer, each grain boundary plane, and both electrodes of the brick layer model sample, can be represented by separate RC elements (Fig. 7b). The RC elements of the n bulk layers can be combined to a single RC element with the n-fold resistance and the 1=n-fold capacitance of a single layer. The n À 1 grain boundary impedances can also be summed, as can the two electrode impedances, and hence the model sample corresponds to a series connection of three RC elements (Fig.

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