Electrochemistry of mixed oxygen ion and electron conducting electrodes in solid electrolyte cells.

@article{Chueh2012ElectrochemistryOM,
  title={Electrochemistry of mixed oxygen ion and electron conducting electrodes in solid electrolyte cells.},
  author={William C Chueh and Sossina M Haile},
  journal={Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering},
  year={2012},
  volume={3},
  pages={
          313-41
        }
}
Mixed ion and electron conductors (MIECs) have garnered increased attention as active components in the electrodes of solid oxide electrolyzers (for electricity to fuel conversion) and especially of solid oxide fuel cells (for fuel to electricity conversion). Although much of the work in the literature is directed toward the understanding of oxygen electroreduction on the surfaces of MIECs, more recent studies also explore the role of these materials in fuel electrooxidation. In both cases, the… CONTINUE READING
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