Thommy, L., Joubert, O., Hamon, J. & Caldes, M.-T. (2016) Impregnation versus exsolution: Using metal catalysts to improve electrocatalytic properties of LSCM-based anodes operating at 600 degrees C. Int. J. Hydrog. Energy, 41 14207–14216.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0360-3199
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Mots-clés: carbon-dioxide electrolysis, Cathodes, eis, Electrochemical performance, Electrodes, Exsolution, Impregnation, in-situ, infiltration, lscm, ni nanoparticles, nickel nanocatalyst, oxide fuel-cells, particles, Perovskite, sofc
Créateurs: Caldes, Hamon, Joubert, Thommy
Collection: Int. J. Hydrog. Energy
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Impregnation and exsolution methods were used to improve electrocatalytic properties of LSCM towards direct oxidation of fuel at 600 degrees C. The electrochemical performances of three electrode materials, LSCM, nickel-doped LSCM and Ni-impregnated LSCM were compared. Electrolyte-supported symmetrical cells using Ce0.9Gd0.1O1.95 as electrolyte were characterized by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Nickel doping or impregnation leads to a reduction of polarisation phenomena, essentially related to a decreasing of gas adsorption resistance. Under hydrogen and in comparison to impregnation approach, exsolution does not offer significant advantages with regard to the polarization phenomena. The only noticeable difference concerns the electrode microstructure. Therefore, exsolution method produces a dispersion of nanoparticles firmly anchored to grain surface which minimizes nanoparticles agglomeration during ageing. (C) 2016 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.