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Title: Novel Microwave Reduction Sintering for Perovskite Anode
Authors: Horng-Yi Chang
Yao-Ming Wang
Chia-Hsin Lin
Syh-Yuh Cheng
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:輪機工程學系
Keywords: Conductivity
Microwave Reduction Process
Perovskite Anode
Date: 2013-05
Issue Date: 2018-09-04T01:59:52Z
Publisher: Advanced Materials Research
Abstract: Abstract: The La0.3Sr0.7Ti0.9Nb0.1O3 (LSTN) is a good anode material in solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) due to its resistance to sulfur poison and carbon fiber deposition. The LSTN was studied by a novel microwave processing in activated carbon and flowing atmosphere of (5%H2+95%Ar). The pure perovskite structure is obtained for different microwave power and duration to indicate that the fast microwave reduction process could maintain stable perovskite structure. The conductivity of LSTN increases with the decrease of flow rate of 5%H2+95%Ar. More semiconducting characteristics but less metallic conductivities are achieved by microwave process. A stable microwave power 300W and a dwell time 12 min with an appropriate flow rate 40 cc/min can achieve the best conductivity of LSTN. The microwave reduction sintering obtains high conductivity of LSTN which is far higher than the one by conventional sintering at 1500°C-3 h.
Relation: 702 pp.111-114
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/49941
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