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Solid-state ionics; proceedings.


Solid-state ionics; proceedings.

Symposium on Solid-State Ionics (2006: Boston, MA) Ed. by Enrico Traversa et al.

Materials Research Society


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Materials Research Society symposium proceedings; v.972


International researchers working in academia and industry describe recent work investigating solid-state ionics. Eight of the 59 papers deal with high-temperature proton conductors and their application in solid oxide fuel cells and hydrogen permeation membranes. Other topics include (for example) the modeling of interfacial structure and point defects in ceria/zirconia superlattices; the development of new polybenzimidazole-based membranes for fuel cells; and a comparison of two formulations for the chemical bath deposition of nickel hydroxide thin films. Editor Traversa is affiliated with the U. of Rome Tor Vergata.

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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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