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Dense ceramic membranes for methane conversion
Dense ceramic membranes made from mixed oxygen-ionic and electronic conducting perovskite-related oxides allow separation of oxygen from an air supply at elevated temperatures (>700 °C). By combiningExpand
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Dense Ceramic Membranes for Oxygen Separation
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Gas separation membranes for zero-emission fossil power plants: MEM-BRAIN
The objective of the “MEM-BRAIN” project is the development and integration of ceramic and polymeric gas separation membranes for zero-emission fossil power plants. This will be achieved usingExpand
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Plasma-driven dissociation of CO2 for fuel synthesis
Power-to-gas is a storage technology aiming to convert surplus electricity from renewable energy sources like wind and solar power into gaseous fuels compatible with the current networkExpand
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Interpretation of the Gerischer impedance in solid state ionics
The Gerischer impedance in its most elementary form, ZG(ω)=Z0(k+jω)−1/2, has been observed in the frequency response of mixed conducting solid electrolyte systems. This simple transfer function canExpand
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Oxidative coupling of methane in a mixed-conducting perovskite membrane reactor
Ionic-electronic mixed-conducting perovskite-type oxide La0.6Sr0.4Co0.8Fe0.2O3 was applied as a dense membrane for oxygen supply in a reactor for methane coupling. The oxygen permeation propertiesExpand
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Oxygen Exchange and Diffusion Coefficients of Strontium‐Doped Lanthanum Ferrites by Electrical Conductivity Relaxation
Electrical conductivity relaxation experiments were performed on thin specimens of La1–xSrxFeO3–delta (x = 0.1, 0.4) at oxygen partial pressures pO2 = 10–5 – 1 bar in the temperature range 923 toExpand
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Multithreading in the PLASMA Library
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Activation of methane using solid oxide membranes
Dense membranes of mixed-conducting perovskite-type oxides La0.6Sr0.4,CO0.8Fe0.2O3 and La0.8Ba0.2Co0.8Fe0.2O3 were used for methane coupling by application of pressure-driven O2 permeation. HighExpand
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