Effect of partial substitution of in by Zr, Ti and Hf on protonic conductivity of BaInO2.5

Naoki Hideshima, Kenichi Hashizume

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    The effect of partial substitution of In by Zr, Ti and Hf in BaInO 2.5 has been studied in order to improve its protonic conductivity. The isotope effect of H and D on the protonic conductivity has also been studied, which indicates that hydrogen diffusion is a rate-limiting process for the protonic conduction. Although the contents of substituting elements do not correlate well with the variation of the protonic conductivity, a 'free volume', which is usually introduced to interpret changes of the conductivity of oxide ion conductors, can do well. This suggests the free volume could be used as a figure of merit to improve the protonic conductivity in BaInO2.5 based oxides.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)1659-1664
    Number of pages6
    JournalSolid State Ionics
    Volume181
    Issue number37-38
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    Publication statusPublished - Dec 13 2010

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    Effect of partial substitution of in by Zr, Ti and Hf on protonic conductivity of BaInO2.5. / Hideshima, Naoki; Hashizume, Kenichi.

    In: Solid State Ionics, Vol. 181, No. 37-38, 13.12.2010, p. 1659-1664.

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