Effects of Al content on the oxygen permeability through dual-phase membrane 60Ce0.9Pr0.1O2--40Pr0.6Sr0.4Fe1-Al O3-

  title={Effects of Al content on the oxygen permeability through dual-phase membrane 60Ce0.9Pr0.1O2--40Pr0.6Sr0.4Fe1-Al O3-},
  author={Lei Shi and Shu Wang and Tianni Lu and Yuan He and Dong Yan and Qi Lan and Zhiang Xie and Haoqi Wang and Mebrouka Boubeche and Huixia Luo},
  journal={Ceramics International},

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