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Nano-structured Electrolyte Layers for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Published 13 June 2011 | By Phenom World

Increasing pollution of the atmosphere resulting in already noticeable rising average temperature needs an improvement of the efficiency of existing energy production technologies and the development of new retainable strategies for energy conversion. The scientific activities of the Institute of Energy Research in the Research Center Jülich GmbH (FZJ), one of Germany's largest "science factories", are concentrated on the development, testing and characterization of materials for such high temperature applications (solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC), advanced gas and steam power plants, plasma facing materials for future fusion devices).

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Nano-structured Electrolyte Layers for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells