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Mechanical Engineering, Electrochemical Engineering


Increasing the conductivity of electrolytes in lower temperature Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) is of great importance. However, there are several challenges that are to be addressed, which include phase stability of electrolyte’s crystal structure, chemical stability in both oxidizing and reducing environments, and maintaining mechanical integrity and high ionic conductivity over time.


© ECS Meeting Abstracts, 2011, The Electrochemical Society

Neutzler, J., Huang, X., Sightler, J., Chen, Y., Orlovskaya, N. (2011). High Conductivity Solid Oxide Electrolyte Composite-Laminates Utilizing Scandia/Ceria Co-Doped Zirconia Core with Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Outer Skins. ECS Meeting Abstracts, 1824.