Journal or Book Title
Physical Review B
Hunt’s Comment criticizes our recent article for combining concepts from percolation theory and effective-medium theories to calculate the dc and ac conductivities in ionic conducting glasses. Our approach was an attempt to describe the dc and ac conductivity with input information from our NMR measurements. We used the continuous-time random-walk theory and reasonable assumptions for the glasses which yielded good fits of the dc and ac conductivities at many temperatures.
American Physical Society
Svare, Ivar; Borsa, Ferdinando; Torgeson, D. R.; and Martin, Steve W., "Reply to ‘‘Comment on ‘Correlation functions for ionic motion from NMR relaxation and electrical conductivity in the glassy fast-ion conductor (Li2S)0.56(SiS2)0.44’ ’’" (1995). Materials Science and Engineering Publications. 64.