Ceramic electrochemical cells for power generation and fuel production
New clean energy technologies with higher energy conversion efficiency and lower emission are required to address global energy and climate change challenges. Fuel cells have attracted a lot of attention in this vein due to their higher efficiency compared to conventional energy conversion technologies (e.g. heat engines). Among all fuel cell technologies, high- temperature solid oxide fuel cells (HT-SOFCs) exhibit various advantages compared with low- temperature polymer fuel cells including lower catalyst/cell costs, and high fuel flexibility. These advantages are mostly due to the high operating ...
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