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"Nanostructured La0.5Ba0.5CoO3 as cathode for solid oxide fuel cells"
Augusto E. Mejía Gómez, Diego G. Lamas, Ana Gabriela Leyva and Joaquín Sacanell
Ceram. Int. 45(11) (2019) 14182-14187
A simple method has been used to synthesize nanostructured La0.5Ba0.5CoO3 (LBCO) powders, by confining chemical precursors into the pores of polycarbonate filters. The proposed method allows us to obtain powders formed by crystallites of different sizes, it is scalable and does not involve the use of sophisticated deposition techniques. The area specific polarization resistance of symmetrical cells was studied to analyze the electrochemical behavior of the LBCO nanostructures as cathodes for Solid-Oxide Fuel Cells. We show that the performance is improved by reducing the size of the crystallites, obtaining area specific resistance values of 0.2 Ωcm2 at 700 °C, comparable with newly developed cathodes using novel deposition techniques.
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