Self-regulation of surface chemistry in oxygen electrodes for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Abstract

Solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) offer direct conversion of hydrogen or hydrocarbon fuels to electricity with high energy conversion efficiency (>50%). In reverse electrolysis operation, powered by wind or solar generated... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Clement Nicollet (Department of materials sciences and engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  2. Dmitri Kalaev (MIT)
  3. Chang Sub Kim (MIT)
  4. Thomas Defferriere (Department of materials sciences and engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  5. Harry Tuller (MIT)

Topic Areas

Energy Generation (SOFC, PCFC, PV, ...) , Advanced characterisation , Interface phenomena , Electrochemical behavior , Conduction of electrons and ions

Session

OS-5A » Symposium A - Electroceramics for Energy Applications (16:00 - Tuesday, 10th July, Aula Louis Verhaegen)

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