Single-crystalline membranes are assembled in test cells to evaluate their lithium conductivity and to monitor in situ the crystallinity variations under current flows. The results show that the single-crystalline membranes exhibit lithium conductivity as high as 10−6 S cm−1 while their single crystallinity remains to effectively block diffusion of oxygen molecules.
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