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Ionic and mixed conducting ceramics V; proceedings.


Ionic and mixed conducting ceramics V; proceedings.

International Symposium on Ionic and Mixed Conducting Ceramics (5th: 2008) Ed. by T.A. Ramanarayanan.

Electrochemical Society


573 pages



PV 2004-25


Papers from a recent symposium, 55 in all, describe the latest research in ionic and mixed conducting ceramics. Some specific topics covered include fluctuations at electrode-YSZ interfaces, nanocrystalline CGO thin films for micro-solid oxide fuel cells, and electrical properties of bulk and grain boundaries in donor-doped barium titanate ceramics. Other topics include defect structure and oxygen diffusivity of niobia- doped ceria, solid state electrochemistry of fluoride ionic conductive materials, atomic level simulation of oxygen diffusion in yttria stabilized zirconia, and stability and electrical conductivity of perovskite proton conductors in pressurized steam. The editor is affiliated with Princeton University.

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