Lanthanum Strontium Cobalt Ferrite Cathode Powder

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Lanthanum Strontium Cobalt Ferrite (LSCF) is one of the two primary cathode materials used by Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) developers and manufacturers (LSM being the other). LSCF offers good performance at operating temperatures of 750°C and lower, which makes it a quality option for use with anode supported SOFCs. The LSCF powder is prepared with a slight A-site deficiency to improve its stability. LSCF can be used with zirconia (YSZ and ScSZ) ceria (GDC and SDC) and lanthanum gallate based electrolytes. A ceria barrier layer is recommended when using LSCF cathodes with zirconia based electrolytes. The LSCF cathode material can be applied by screen printing, painting or spraying after it is formulated into appropriate inks or suspensions. LSCF also can be mixed with one of the ceria-based electrolyte (GDC or SDC) to improve cathode performance.

Technical Specifications:

• Formulation: (La0.60Sr0.40)0.95Co0.20Fe0.80O3-X
• Surface Area: 4 - 8 m²/g
• Particle Size (D50): 0.7 - 1.1 microns (um)





Particle Size Distribution

Particle Size Distribution

Electrolytes X-Ray Diffraction

Electrolytes X-Ray Diffraction

Lanthanum Strontium Cobaltite Powder MSDS (USA)

Lanthanum Strontium Cobaltite Powder MSDS (EU)

Here are some papers that our customers have published using this powder.

Surface and bulk oxygen non-stoichiometry and bulk chemical expansion in gadolinium-doped cerium oxide - University of Florida

Performance evaluation of a tubular direct carbon fuel cell operating in a packed bed of carbon - CSIRO Energy Technology

Direct carbon fuel cell operation on brown coal - CSIRO Energy Technology

Thermo-Chemical Expansion in Strontium-Doped Lanthanum Cobalt Iron Oxide - University of Florida

Enhanced Performance of LSCF Cathode Through Surface Modification - Georgia Institute of Technology

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