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Crystals, Volume 8, Issue 3 (March 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Cubic SrF2 (Fm3m) is known as a rather poor ionic conductor. Replacing parts of the Sr ions by [...] Read more. Cubic SrF2 (Fm3m) is known as a rather poor ionic conductor. Replacing parts of the Sr ions by aliovalent Y ions, however, causes the F anion conductivity to increase by four orders of magnitude. Here, we took advantage of high-energy ball milling to force the incorporation of the Y ions. Controlling the disorder introduced through the mixing effect offers a route to tune the ionic conductivities of mechanosynthesized solid solutions. View this paper