|Title||Regulation of Cathode Mass and Charge Transfer by Structural 3D Engineering for Protonic Ceramic Fuel Cell at 400 °C (Adv. Funct. Mater. 33/2021)|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Authors||Bian W, Wu W, Gao Y, Gomez JY, Ding H, Tang W, Zhou M, Ding D|
|Journal||Advanced Functional Materials|
|Keywords||3D engineering, charge transfer, mass transfer, oxygen reduction reaction, p-SOEC, protonic ceramic fuel cells|
3D Engineering In article number 2102907, Wei Wu, Meng Zhou, Dong Ding, and co-workers develop a 3D engineered cathode to enhance oxygen reduction reaction kinetics on a proton-conducting fuel cell at <600 °C. The results demonstrate remarkable cell performance at 400–600 °C by effectively regulating the mass and charge transfer through the electrode and across the interface of electrolyte and electrode.