In this study, Cu2Nb37O87@C nano-wires are prepared by combining electrospinning and carbon-coating techniques to mitigate this issue, which breaks through the barrier of low conductivity, improves the ion diffusion rate and relieves the change of crystal volume.
Polymer-ceramic composites have gained considerable attention in flexible electronic devices due to their uncommon features such as high dielectric constant, low conductivity, and good mechanical flexibility.
However, conversion-type materials promising as a next-generation anode have many problems to satisfy fast charging and long-term cycles due to their low conductivity and large irreversibility despite a high theoretical capacity.
ZnS has great potentials as an anode for lithium storage because of its high theoretical capacity and resource abundance; however, the large volume expansion accompanied with structural collapse and low conductivity of ZnS cause severe capacity fading and inferior rate capability during lithium storage.
Quick capacity loss due to the polysulfide shuttle effects and poor rate performance caused by low conductivity of sulfur have always been obstacles to the commercial application of lithium sulfur batteries.
However, the application of these LDHs as high-performance electrocatalysts is often hindered by their relatively sluggish electronic transport kinetics resulting from their intrinsically low conductivity.
As a novel type of proton conductor, BaHfO3-based proton conductor has a promising application potential, but its poor sinterability and low conductivity limit its application as hydrogen separation membrane materials.
Due to the nanosized dimensions, etching is carried out using non-contact electrochemistry in low conductivity solutions (bipolar arrangement) which whilst effective, results in extremely slow etch rates.
However, when the steel piles of the pier are submerged in low conductivity solution mixed with fresh water and sea water, the structural steel piles mentioned above have not been protected occasionally perfectively due to decreasing of galvanic current caused by deposited with oxide film on the surface of anode.
One challenge in employing any DEP device is the sample being separated must be transferred into an ultralow conductivity medium, which can be detrimental in retaining cells’ native phenotypes for separation.
In one case, called Type I, compression creep normal to the interface plane produces greater flow of lithium into high conductivity regions and less so to the low conductivity regimes, thereby equalizing the sum of electrical (with a negative sign) and mechanical (with a positive sign) currents.
The most obvious advantage is given by the material properties, surface smoothness, dimensional stability in high temperature, low conductivity, low dielectric loss and for its scalability to larger area panels with low cost.
Overcoming the shortcomings related to low conductivity and slow ion diffusion for olivine-type transition metal phosphates is of vital significance to broaden their applicability in rapid charging devices.
The modified DNA aptamer on the surface of Au NPs/Yb-TCPP can bind with S protein with high selectivity, thus decreasing the photocurrent of the system due to the high steric hindrance and low conductivity of the S protein.
Moreover, the fractures present in the undeground, with their physical properties (high/low conductivity) and complex geometry are of paramount importance, on one side, but extremely complex to handle on the other.
Non-linear Marangoni waves, which are generated by the long-wave oscillatory instability of the conductive state in a thin liquid film heated from below in the case of a deformable free surface and a substrate of very low conductivity, are considered.
However, there are myriads of obstacles in the practical application and commercialization of Li-S batteries, including the low conductivity of sulfur and its discharge products (Li2 S/Li2 S2 ), volume expansion of sulfur electrode, and the polysulfide shuttle effect.
However, as an important component in the solid-state battery, the solid-state electrolyte often encounters problems, especially the low conductivity at room temperature, inhibiting the development of solid-state batteries.