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Electrical transport in copper and cobalt ferricyanides

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K. Tennakone

Ruhuna University College, Matara, LK
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Abstract

Copper and cobalt ferricyanides are found to be electrical conductors. The temperature variation of their resistivities are studied. It is found that the activation energy of copper ferricyanide is 0.23 eV provided the sample is not heated above 118°C. If the sample is heated above 118°C a partial chemical degradation of the compound transforms the activation energy to 1.43 eV. Cobalt ferricyanide has exactly similar behaviour, the activation energy changes from 0.25 eV to 0.61eV if the sample is heated above 132°C.

How to Cite: Tennakone, K., 1984. Electrical transport in copper and cobalt ferricyanides. Journal of the National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka, 12(1), pp.35–39. DOI: http://doi.org/10.4038/jnsfsr.v12i1.8369
Published on 31 Jan 1984.
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