Global Climate & Energy Project
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
 
Results and Publications
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Ceramic Materials for Fuel Cells

Start Date: January 2004
Status: Completed


Investigators

Jonathan Stebbins, Professor, Geological and Environmental Sciences; Fritz Prinz, Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering; Namjun Kim, Post-doctoral Researcher; Cheng-Han Hsieh, Hong Huang, Graduate Researchers, Stanford University

Annual Reports Publications
  • Kim, N., C.-H. Hsieh, and J. F. Stebbins. “Oxygen site exchange and ionic conductivity in zirconias: a high-resolution, high-temperature NMR study,” (in preparation, 2006.

  • Kim, N., Hsieh, C.-H. & Stebbins, J.F. Scandium coordination in solid oxides and stabilized zirconia: 45Sc NMR. Chem. Mat. 18, 3855-3859 (2006)
  • Hsieh, C.-H. “Solid-state NMR and x-ray studies of local coordination environment in the ZrO2-Sc2O3 system.” M.S. Report, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering, Stanford University (2005).
  • Kim, N., C-H. Hsieh, and J. F. Stebbins. “Scandium-stabilized zirconia: high-resolution NMR assessment of cation ordering,” (in preparation, 2005).



Updated February 2011