Single Chamber Solid Oxide Fuel Cell - Investigation of Cathodes
Recently the single chamber solid oxide fuel cell has been receiving attention because of its potential of being a simpler design than the conventional double chamber arrangement In this paper a study on influence of sintering temperature of different cathode materials is reported. The cell was constructed from the typical cathode materials: strontium doped samarium cobaltite, strontium and cobalt doped lanthanum ferrite and strontium doped lanthanum manganite together with yttrium stabilized zirconia as electrolyte and nickel cermet as anode are studied.
P. Z. Jasinski et al., "Single Chamber Solid Oxide Fuel Cell - Investigation of Cathodes," Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, John Wiley & Sons, Jan 2003.
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Materials Science and Engineering
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Plasma Flame; Plasma Gun; Powder Diffraction Pattern; Proton Conducting Electrolytes; X-Ray Measurements
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