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Toward sustainable energy applications with breakthrough in proton conductors

Donor doping into a mother material with disordered intrinsic oxygen vacancies, instead of the widely used strategy of acceptor doping into a material without oxygen vacancies, can greatly enhance the conductivity and stability of perovskite-type proton conductors at intermediate and low temperatures of 250–400°C, as demonstrated by Tokyo Tech scientists (e.g. 10 mS/cm at 320°C). This innovative approach provides a new design direction for proton conductors for fuel cells and electrolysis cells.Donor doping into a mother material with disordered intrinsic oxygen vacancies, instead of the widely used strategy of acceptor doping into a material without oxygen vacancies, can greatly enhance the conductivity and stability of perovskite-type proton conductors at intermediate and low temperatures of 250–400°C, as demonstrated by Tokyo Tech scientists (e.g. 10 mS/cm at 320°C). This innovative approach provides a new design direction for proton conductors for fuel cells and electrolysis cells.

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