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Electrode tailoring improves the intermediate temperature performance of solid oxide fuel cells based on a Y and Pr co-doped barium zirconate proton conducting electrolyte

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Abstract

A solid oxide fuel cell was developed with BaZr0.7Pr0.1Y0.2O3-δ, a proton-conducting electrolyte showing high conductivity, and good sinterability and chemical stability. A maximum power density of 163 mW cm−1 at 600 °C was achieved combining BZPY10 with tailored electrodes; a composite anode promoting the electrolyte densification, and a composite cathode made of two mixed conductors.

Graphical abstract: Electrode tailoring improves the intermediate temperature performance of solid oxide fuel cells based on a Y and Pr co-doped barium zirconate proton conducting electrolyte

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The article was received on 01 Aug 2011, accepted on 03 Aug 2011 and first published on 08 Sep 2011


Article type: Communication
DOI: 10.1039/C1RA00545F
Citation: RSC Adv., 2011,1, 1183-1186
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    Electrode tailoring improves the intermediate temperature performance of solid oxide fuel cells based on a Y and Pr co-doped barium zirconate proton conducting electrolyte

    E. Fabbri, L. Bi, J. L. M. Rupp, D. Pergolesi and E. Traversa, RSC Adv., 2011, 1, 1183
    DOI: 10.1039/C1RA00545F

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