Samantha Y Chong

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Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) are a major candidate technology for clean energy conversion because of their high efficiency and fuel flexibility. [1] The development of intermediate-temperature (500–750 8C) SOFCs requires elec-trolytes with high oxide ion conductivity (exceeding 10 À2 S cm À1 assuming an electrolyte thickness of 15 mm [1]). This(More)
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