Protonic ceramic electrolysis cells for fuel production: a brief review
- Protonic ceramic electrolysis cells for fuel production: a brief review
- 김병국; 이종호; 손지원; 지호일; 윤경중; 양성은
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- Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society; 한국세라믹학회지
- VOL 57-494
- Proton-conducting oxides exhibit signifcant hydrogen ion (proton) conductivity at intermediate temperatures around 300？600 °C. Owing to their distinguished features compared to high-temperature oxygen ion-conducting oxide electrolytes and low-temperature proton-conducting polymer electrolytes, diverse electrochemical applications based on the proton-conducting oxides have attracted great attention for efcient energy conversions. This review particularly aims to introduce protonic ceramic electrolysis cells (PCECs) and their extended applications. The constituent materials, recent developments, remaining issues in PCECs as well as the application integrated with PCEC for electrochemical ammonia synthesis will be presented. In addition, for each section, the relevant prospects and recommendations for future research directions will be discussed.
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