Electron microscopy
Gadolinium Doped Ceria Oxide (GDC)
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Except for Ni/YSZ as the most common anode material in SOFCs, gadolinium doped ceria oxide (GDC), doped SrTiO3 [1,2], and Cu-CeO-YSZ [3] are also used. Nonetheless, some of them have disadvantages of complicated fabrication processes, low conductivity or poor electrochemical catalyst activity.





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[2] S. Hui, A. Petric, Journal of The Electrochemical Society, 2002. 149(1): p. J1-J10.
[3] S. Park, J.M. Vohs, R.J. Gorte, Nature, 2000. 404(6775): p. 265-267.



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