Benamira, M., Thommy, L., Moser, F., Joubert, O. & Caldes, M. T. (2014) New anode materials for IT-SOFC derived from the electrolyte BaIn0.3Ti0.7O2.85 by lanthanum and manganese doping. Solid State Ion. 265 38–45.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0167-2738
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Mots-clés: bit07, fabrication, intermediate temperature, miec, optimization, oxide fuel-cells, SOFC anode, Tape casting
Créateurs: Benamira, Caldes, Joubert, Moser, Thommy
Collection: Solid State Ion.
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New perovskite oxides, Ba0.5La0.5Ti0.3Mn0.703 (BLTM) and Ba0.5La0.5In0.3Ti0.1Mn0.603 (BLITIM), were investigated as new anode materials that are compatible with BIT07 electrolyte. At 700 C under air, BLTM and BLITIM exhibit a total conductivity of 13.4 and 11.7 S.cm(-1) correspondingly. Under reducing atmosphere, total conductivity decreases to 0.3 and 0.6 S.cm(-1) respectively. Anode-supported symmetrical cells Ni-BLTM/BIT07 and Ni-BLITIM/BIT07 were prepared by tape casting and co-sintering. An anode area specific resistance of 0.11 Omega cm2 at 700 degrees C was reached for an initial NiO content (40 wt.\%) which is much lower than that used in Ni/BIT07 cermets (50\% wt.\%). (C) 2014 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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