XPS study of SOFC anode surface chemistry at high temperature and controlled oxygen activity

Andreas Nenning

TU Vienna, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Interfaces in Metal-Supported Electrochemical Energy Converters

Andreas Nenning is currently a postdoc in the Christian Doppler laboratory for metal stabilised SOFCs, in which he investigates the reaction mechanisms in Ni-Ceria SOFC anodes

Abstract

Mixed conducting oxides gain increasing interest as anodes in solid oxide fuel cells, due to their large electrochemically active surface area and excellent redox stability, compared to state-of-the-art Ni-YSZ cermets.... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Andreas Nenning (TU Vienna, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Interfaces in Metal-Supported Electrochemical Energy Converters)
  2. Jürgen Fleig (TU Vienna,)
  3. Alexander K. Opitz (TU Vienna, Christian Doppler Laboratory for Interfaces in Metal-Supported Electrochemical Energy Converters)

Topic Areas

Energy Generation (SOFC, PCFC, PV, ...) , Advanced characterisation , Defects , Electrochemical behavior

Session

PS-1A » Poster Session 1 - Symposium A (17:30 - Monday, 9th July, Foyer)

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