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FLAW in the classical Wagner approach using in SOFC
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 17, 2006 5:48 pm    Post subject: FLAW in the classical Wagner approach using in SOFC Reply with quote

If there would be any leakage currents in SDC(samaria doped Ceria)
electrolytes, the OCV should be changed in every long term experiments.
There are not only ohmic loses, but also polarization voltage losses.
And the polarization voltage losses should be changed. Because every
electrodes (especially anode) become worse with time. There are no
perfect electrodes. But when I used rapidly aggregating anodes, the
OCV was constant. Consequently, there are no leakage currents in
Samaria doped Ceria.

Details are shown in next letter.
"Necessity of verification of leakage currents using Sm doped Ceria
electrolytes in SOFCs"


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