Oxygen Transfer on Substituted ZrO2, Bi2O3, and CeO2 Electrolytes with Platinum Electrodes II. A-C Impedance Study

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Verkerk, M.J. and Burggraaf, A.J. (1983) Oxygen Transfer on Substituted ZrO2, Bi2O3, and CeO2 Electrolytes with Platinum Electrodes II. A-C Impedance Study. Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 130 (1). pp. 78-84. ISSN 0013-4651

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Abstract:An equivalent electrical circuit that describes the electrode processes on different electrolytes, using porous Pt electrodes,is given. Diffusional processes are important and have to be presented by Warburg components in the circuit. Theoverall electrode process is rate limited by diffusion of atomic oxygen on the electrode surface for stabilized zirconia andsubstituted ceria (low PO2). On stabilized bismuth sesquioxide diffusion of atomic oxygen on the electrolyte surface is ratelimiting at high PO2 while at low PO2 another process, probably diffusion of electronic species in the electrolyte, is dominant.One of these processes plays a role too on substituted ceria at high PO2, where a charge transfer process is dominant. Theseresults are consistent with the mechanisms developed in part I of this paper.
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