solid solutions were synthesized for the first time by the hydrothermal method. The electrical properties of the solid solutions have been studied in air and under reducing conditions. Solid solutions with the fluorite structure were formed in all of the studied range of substitution after calcination at 1500°C. With increasing substitution up to 30 mol %, the electronic conductivity increases under a reducing atmosphere. The solid solution has good mixed electronic and ionic conductivity; the total conductivity is 0.42 S/cm at and 700°C with an estimated ionic conductivity of ca. .
Published in Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Volume 147, Issue 11, 2000, pages 4196-4202.
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Huang, W., Shuk, P., Greenblatt, M., Croft, M., Chen, F., & Liu, M. (2000). Structural and Electrical Characterization of a Novel Mixed Conductor: CeO2 - Sm2O3 - ZrO2 Solid Solution. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 147 (11), 4196 – 4202. http://dx.doi.org/10.1149/1.1394040