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Performer: Stanford University - OSR - Serra St.
A schematic drawing of a heterostructured SOFC<br/>cathode depicting the variation in chemistry and structure<br/>going from the micro- to the nanoscale. At the nanometer<br/>length scale, the solid-gas interface is very different from<br/>the bulk in terms of structure, composition, and electronic<br/>structure. The backbone scaffold conducts oxygen ions<br/>and electrons to and from the electrolyte and external<br/>circuit respectively, and the electrocatalyst facilitates the surface reaction.
A schematic drawing of a heterostructured SOFC
cathode depicting the variation in chemistry and structure
going from the micro- to the nanoscale. At the nanometer
length scale, the solid-gas interface is very different from
the bulk in terms of structure, composition, and electronic
structure. The backbone scaffold conducts oxygen ions
and electrons to and from the electrolyte and external
circuit respectively, and the electrocatalyst facilitates the surface reaction.
Website: Leland Stanford Junior University
Award Number: FE0009620
Project Duration: 10/01/2012 – 09/30/2016
Total Award Value: $655,959
DOE Share: $499,709
Performer Share: $156,250
Technology Area: Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
Key Technology: Cell Technology
Location: Stanford, California

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