Nickel Oxide-GDC Anode Powder for Coating Applications (NiGDC-P)

Material has complex composition optimized for creating thin, highly catalytic layers. The powder is designed to be processed as non-aqueous coatings. Can be used with ceria- or zirconia-based electrolytes. A current anode layer is recommended. Firing temperatures are on the order of 1200-1350°C. Adhesion tests are recommended.

Specs:

Composition: 60% NiO - 40% GDC10 by weight
Surface Area: 4-8 m2/g

Applications

  • Coatings on electrolyte-supported and cathode-supported SOFCs
  • Fabrication of anode-supported, thin-film electrolyte SOFCs
  • Catalytic anode layer coating on anode support/substrate
  • SOFCs operating via internal reforming or direct utilization of methane

•Benefits

  • FCM's combination of ceria-based catalytic layer and high-nickel current collection layer optimizes the material to meet the two important performance needs of SOFC anodes
  • Anode coatings prepared using FCM's screen printing inks exhibit excellent adhesion to electrolyte surfaces
  • FCM has optimized particle sizes to control of the pore structure of the fired material creating structures that are both strong and high performance
  • The use of pre-formulated anode powder mixtures saves processing time and assures batch-to-batch reproducibility

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