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Low-temperature protonic ceramic membrane fuel cells (PCMFCs) with SrCo0.9Sb0.1O3-delta cubic perovskite cathode

Ding, Hanping and Lin, Bin and Jiang, Yinzhu and Wang, Songlin and Fang, Daru and Dong, Yingchao and Tao, Shanwen and Peng, Ranran and Liu, Xingqiu and Meng, Guangyao (2008) Low-temperature protonic ceramic membrane fuel cells (PCMFCs) with SrCo0.9Sb0.1O3-delta cubic perovskite cathode. Journal of Power Sources, 185 (2). pp. 937-940. ISSN 0378-7753

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Abstract

The SrCo0.9Sb0.1O3-delta (SCS) composite oxide with cubic perovskite structure was synthesized by a modified Pechini method and examined as a novel cathode for protonic ceramic membrane fuel cells (PCMFCs). At 700 degrees C and under open-circuit condition, symmetrical SCS cathode on BaZr0.1Ce0.7Y0.2O3-delta (BZCY7) electrolyte showed low polarization resistances (R-p) of 0.22 Omega cm(2) in air. A laboratory-sized tri-layer cell of NiO-BZCY7/BZCY7/SCS was operated from 500 to 700 degrees C with humidified hydrogen (similar to 3% H2O) as fuel and the static air as oxidant. A high open-circuit potential of 1.004V, a maximum power density of 259mWcm(-2), and a low polarization resistance of the electrodes of 0.14 Omega cm(2) was achieved at 700 degrees C.