Based on the analysis of the experimental behavior of the conductivity of highly dispersed aluminum nitride ceramics on temperature and frequency, conclusions are drawn about the existence in polycrystalline AIN of electromigration hopping mechanisms. At low temperatures and for high frequencies, the conductivity can be described within the framework of a two-point model, but as the temperature increases, or as the frequency decreases, a transition is observed through multiple jumps. The electromigration activation mechanisms dominate at temperatures higher than 370 K.
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