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Strontium Containing Perovskites and Related Conductive Electronic Ceramics

  • T. J. Gray
Part of the Materials Science Research book series (MSR, volume 11)

Abstract

Considerable interest attaches to conductive electronic ceramics, principally perovskites or perovskite-related materials, for use as electrodes in MHD, molten electrolyte and ambient temperature electrochemical applications. Predominant among these perovskites are those containing strontium. As early as 1968/9 Meadowcroft1, 2 advocated the use of lanthanum strontium chromite as a MHD electrode material, earlier investigations by Jonker3, 4 having identified the electrical and magnetic properties of rare earth perovskites and the advantages deriving from the addition of strontium. Galasso 5 has reviewed the preparation and properties of a very wide range of perovskites. More recently Takahashi and others 7 have investigated oxygen ion conduction in nonstoichiometric perovskites.

Keywords

Barium Titanate Strontium Titanate Strontium Chloride Molten Electrolyte Chromium Hydroxide 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  • T. J. Gray
    • 1
  1. 1.Metals Research LaboratoriesOlin CorporationNew HavenUSA

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