Arrive, C., Delahaye, T., Joubert, O. & Gauthier, G. (2013) Exsolution of nickel nanoparticles at the surface of a conducting titanate as potential hydrogen electrode material for solid oxide electrochemical cells. J. Power Sources, 223 341–348.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0378-7753
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Mots-clés: catalysts, ceramic-based anode, doped strontium-titanate, Exsolution, fuel-cells, high-temperature, Hydrogen electrode, methane oxidation, Perovskite, perovskite precursors, phase crystallization method, reducing atmosphere, soec, sofc, sofc anodes, Titanate
Créateurs: Arrive, Delahaye, Gauthier, Joubert
Collection: J. Power Sources
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A new La0.5Sr0.5Ti0.75Ni0.25O3 (LSTN25) titanate was proposed as a hydrogen electrode for Solid Oxide Cells (SOCs) with electrochemical performance given by Ni nanoparticles exsoluted at the surface of a conducting oxide. As only in-situ reduction at 800 degrees C has been proposed in literature to perform Ni exsolution, the reduction at higher temperature of the LSTN25 compound was also considered in this work. The high-temperature treatment led to the precipitation of Ni nanoparticles evidenced by TEM observation and to an improved electrical conductivity that may be due to the formation of a sufficiently high concentration of Ti3+. Electrochemical study of symmetrical cells tested in H-2/H2O (97/3) showed a promising performance, with a polarization resistance of 0.55 Omega cm(2) at 800 degrees C and 0.46 Omega cm(2) after a thermal treatment in air that simulates the air electrode sintering. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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