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Jarry, A., Quarez, E. & Joubert, O. (2014) Tailoring conductivity properties of chemically stable Baln(1-x-y)Ti(x)Zr(y)O(2.5) (+ (x + y)/2-n)(OH)(2n) electrolytes for proton conducting fuel cells. Solid State Ion. 256 76–82. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1016/j.ssi.2013.12.012
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0167-2738
Clé BibTeX: Jarry2014
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Catégories: ST2E
Mots-clés: ba2in2o5, Barium indate, conductors, effective ionic-radii, electrolyte, Electrolytes, oxide fuel-cells, pcfc, Perovskite, proton conductivity, Proton conductor, spectroscopy, Stability, systems, water incorporation, Zirconium
Créateurs: Jarry, Joubert, Quarez
Collection: Solid State Ion.
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Résumé     
Eight proton conducting oxygen-deficient. perovskites Baln(1-x-y)Ti(x)Zr(y)O(2.5) (+ (x + y)/2 - n)(OH)(2n) with 02 {<}= x + y {<}= 0.5; 0 {<}= n {<}= 0.4 compounds were prepared by solid state reaction at 1350 degrees C in air and studied by TGA, thermodiffraction, SEM and EIS. At low temperature, below 180 degrees C, all compounds react with water vapor to incorporate protons. Hydration is associated with highly negative thermodynamic parameters. All the compounds present a disordered cubic symmetry except for the hydrated phases with the highest In content (x + y = 0.2) which present a cubic to tetragonal transformation below 250 degrees C. Phases are chemically stable towards moisture and 3% CO2 atmosphere in temperature and present thermal expansion properties compatible with standard fuel cell materials. At high temperature the conductivity is mainly anionic (sigma(02-) approximate to 0.01 S cm(-1) at 700 degrees C) and below 600 T proton conductivity is observed. The best level of H conductivity was found for Baln(0.5)Ti(0.05)Zr(0) O-15(2.6) (at 400 degrees C, (sigma(H+) = 2 x 10(-3) S cm(-1)). For this family of compounds, it is shown that the proton conductivity level at 400 degrees C is correlated to the basicity and that good protonic conductors at low temperature are also good anionic conductors at high temperature. (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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