Redox stability of Sc-doped La0.6Sr0.4FeO3-δ for tubular solid oxide cells interconnector

Sun-dong Kim

Korea Institute of Energy Research

Sun-dong Kim earned his Ph.D. in the dept. of materials science and engineering at Yonsei University (South Korea) in 2007. He worked as a principal researcher of the department for fuelcell vehicle development at Hyundai Motor Company from 2007 to 2010. Recently, he has been working as a principal researcher at Korea Institute of Energy Research, a national research institute in South Korea. His research interests are high temperature energy materials and devices include solid oxide fuel cells, water electrolysis and thermal-to-electric devices.


Ceramic interconnectors of tubular solid oxide cells should require fundamental properties as follow, because they are facing on both a reducing and oxidizing atmosphere at anodes and cathodes. Firstly, they should separate... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Sun-dong Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  2. Tae Woo Kim (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  3. Hyun-jong Choi (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  4. Minjoon Kwak (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  5. Doo-won Seo (Korea Institute of Energy Research)
  6. Sang-kuk Woo (Korea Institute of Energy Research)

Topic Area

Hydrogen energy and fuel cell technology applications


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