Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research, "The microstructure of the infiltrated fuel cells showed a suitable distribution of fine LSM and SDC particles (50-100 nm) near the interface of electrodes and electrolyte and throughout the bulk of the electrodes. The results show that SDC infiltration not only enhances the electrochemical reaction in SOFC mode but improves the performance even more in SOEC mode."
According to the news editors, the research concluded: "In addition, LSM infiltrated electrodes also boost the SOEC performance in comparison with standard LSM YSZ composite electrodes, due to the well-dispersed LSM nanoparticles (favouring the electrochemical reactions) within the YSZ porous matrix."
For more information on this research see: The effect of electrode infiltration on the performance of tubular solid oxide fuel cells under electrolysis and fuel cell modes.
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