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The effect of oxygen vacancies on proton conduction in 12.5% Sc-doped BaZrO3
Fuel cells avoid the combustion process and hence are both more efficient and environmentally friendly than the common practice of burning fuels at power plants. Y-doped barium zirconium oxide (BaZrO3) represents one of ...
The effect of one proton on the possible pathways of another proton in yttrium-doped barium zirconate
Proton conduction is a crucial property of fuel cell electrolytes. Unlike oxide-ion conductivity in oxide-ion conductors, proton conductivity occurs at a lower temperature (less than 600◦C), enhancing material stability ...
Structural Changes in Oxygen-Deficient Double Perovskite, Sr2CaSbO5.5
In order to develop a more efficient cathode oxygen vacancy conduction fuel cell, it is important to understand the oxygen vacancy structure and conduction in perovskites and double perovskites. Previous research using a ...