A low-operating-temperature solid oxide fuel cell in hydrocarbon-Air mixtures

@article{Hibino2000ALS,
  title={A low-operating-temperature solid oxide fuel cell in hydrocarbon-Air mixtures},
  author={Hibino and Hashimoto and Inoue and Tokuno and Yoshida and Sano},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={288 5473},
  pages={
          2031-3
        }
}
The performance of a single-chamber solid oxide fuel cell was studied using a ceria-based solid electrolyte at temperatures below 773 kelvin. Electromotive forces of approximately 900 millivolts were generated from the cell in a flowing mixture of ethane or propane and air, where the solid electrolyte functioned as a purely ionic conductor. The electrode-reaction resistance was negligibly small in the total internal resistances of the cell. The resulting peak power density reached 403 and 101… CONTINUE READING
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