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High mobility in tight spaces

Ionic-conductance measurements show that proton mobility in 2-nm-deep hydrophilic channels is up to four times as high as bulk values of mobility.

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Figure 1: A schematic of the ionic-conductance measurements made by Duan and Majumdar1.

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Daiguji, H. High mobility in tight spaces. Nature Nanotech 5, 831–832 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/nnano.2010.245

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