Статья
2017

Electrochemical properties of doped lantanum–nickelate-based electrodes


A. A. Kol’chugin A. A. Kol’chugin , E. Yu. Pikalova E. Yu. Pikalova , N. M. Bogdanovich N. M. Bogdanovich , D. I. Bronin D. I. Bronin , E. A. Filonova E. A. Filonova
Российский электрохимический журнал
https://doi.org/10.1134/S1023193517080110
Abstract / Full Text

This work is devoted to the studying of effects of La2NiO4 doping with alkaline-earth elements: Ca, Sr, and Ba (at an amount of 15 mol %) on its structural, electrical, and electrochemical properties. The effects of the alkaline-earth element nature, introduction of the Ce0.8Sm0.2O1.9-electrolyte (SDC) component to the functional layer, and the presence of collecting film onto electrochemical activity of the electrodes contacting the Ce0.8Sm0.2O1.9-electrolyte are examined. The doping was found to increase the La2NiO4 full conductivity due to increase in the hole conductivity. The maximal conductivity (at the sample density of 86–89%) was obtained for the Ca-doped composition: 85 S/сm at 700°C, as compared with 65 S/сm for undoped La2NiO4. at the same time, the doping was found to deteriorate the electrodes’ electrochemical activity which is likely to be due to loss of interstitial oxygen as a result of the doping. The using of composite electrodes allows increasing polarization conductivity markedly. For instance, at 700°С the conductivity of La2NiO4 is 0.25 S/сm2; of its based composite, 0.67 S/сm2.

Author information
  • Institute of High-Temperature Electrochemistry, Ural Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, ul. Akademicheskaya 20, Yekaterinburg, 620137, Russia

    A. A. Kol’chugin, E. Yu. Pikalova, N. M. Bogdanovich & D. I. Bronin

  • Ural Federal University, ul. Mira 19, Yekaterinburg, 620002, Russia

    A. A. Kol’chugin, E. Yu. Pikalova, D. I. Bronin & E. A. Filonova

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