Oxidation Protective Coating onto Ferritic Interconnect by Nanocrystalline Perovskite Thin Films
Nanocrystalline chromite thin films were deposited on polished stainless steel (E-brite) substrates by spin coating suitable polymeric solutions onto the surface followed by annealing to develop the oxide film. These films had higher electrical conductivity as well as provide improved oxidation resistance compared to the normal Cr2O3 films, which occurred from oxidation of the alloy. This resulted in lower areal specific resistance (ASR) values for the chromite coated surfaces than those with the Cr2O 3 scale.
X. Zhou et al., "Oxidation Protective Coating onto Ferritic Interconnect by Nanocrystalline Perovskite Thin Films," Proceedings of the 2004 Electrochemical Society Meeting, The Electrochemical Society (ECS), Jan 2004.
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Chromite Thin Films; Coating Suitable Polymeric Solutions; Electric Conductivity; Nanostructured Materials; Oxidation; Perovskite; Protective Coatings; Spin Coating
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