Development of alternative cathodes for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells
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Perovskite-related and trigonal RBaCo₄O₇-based oxide cathodes for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells Kim, Young Nam, 1974- (2011-12)Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) offer the advantages of (i) employing less expensive catalysts compared to the expensive Pt catalyst used in proton exchange membrane fuel cells and (ii) directly using hydrocarbon fuels ...
The effect of nanocatalyst size on performance and degradation in the cathode of proton exchange membrane fuel cells Groom, Daniel Jeffrey (2011-12)This thesis discusses the role of initial particle size on the mechanisms of surface area loss of carbon-supported platinum (Pt) electrocatalysts in the cathode of proton exchange membrane fuel cells. Electrocatalyst decay ...
Development of perovskite and intergrowth oxide cathodes for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells Lee, Ki-tae, 1971- (2006-05)Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC) offer the advantage of using less expensive oxide catalysts and hydrocarbon fuels directly, but chemical reactivity and thermal expansion mismatch at the conventional operating temperature ...