Semiconductor-ionic materials could play an important role in advanced fuel-to-electricity conversion

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Semiconductor-ionic materials could play an important role in advanced fuel-to-electricity conversion. / Zhu, Bin; Yun, Sining; Lund, Peter D.

In: International Journal of Energy Research, Vol. 42, No. 11, 01.09.2018, p. 3413-3415.

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title = "Semiconductor-ionic materials could play an important role in advanced fuel-to-electricity conversion",
abstract = "Functional semiconductor-ionic materials can be used to realize a single component or so-called “three-in-one” fuel cell design. Such materials integrate the functionalities of fuel cell's anode, electrolyte, and cathode into one component. The underlying principle of a single-component fuel cell design combines material band structures with ionic species/transport. The performance values of such devices could exceed that of traditional fuel cells. This could represent a major progress in fuel cell science and technology and lies grounds for a new direction of fuel cell R&D and commercialization.",
keywords = "fuel-to-electricity conversion, ionic conductors, semiconductor-ionic materials, single component fuel cell, solid oxide fuel cell",
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year = "2018",
month = "9",
day = "1",
doi = "10.1002/er.4105",
language = "English",
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pages = "3413--3415",
journal = "International Journal of Energy Research",
issn = "0363-907X",
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AU - Lund, Peter D.

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N2 - Functional semiconductor-ionic materials can be used to realize a single component or so-called “three-in-one” fuel cell design. Such materials integrate the functionalities of fuel cell's anode, electrolyte, and cathode into one component. The underlying principle of a single-component fuel cell design combines material band structures with ionic species/transport. The performance values of such devices could exceed that of traditional fuel cells. This could represent a major progress in fuel cell science and technology and lies grounds for a new direction of fuel cell R&D and commercialization.

AB - Functional semiconductor-ionic materials can be used to realize a single component or so-called “three-in-one” fuel cell design. Such materials integrate the functionalities of fuel cell's anode, electrolyte, and cathode into one component. The underlying principle of a single-component fuel cell design combines material band structures with ionic species/transport. The performance values of such devices could exceed that of traditional fuel cells. This could represent a major progress in fuel cell science and technology and lies grounds for a new direction of fuel cell R&D and commercialization.

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