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Remarkable Oxide Ion Conductivity Observed at Low Temperatures in a Complex Superstructured Oxide

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Fast oxide ion conductivity is observed in a structurally complex material, CeNbO4+d, at remarkably low temperatures (see figure), indicating that a new approach to bulk ionic conductors may be required, opening a new research direction for future electrochemical devices such as solid oxide fuel cells.

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