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Itoh; Hibiki
Kanagawa, JP
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8128988 Film-formed article and method for producing same March 6, 2012
A dense interconnector film is formed over a fuel electrode, while preventing calcium included in material for the interconnector from solid phase reaction with zirconia included in material for the fuel electrode. When forming the interconnector film 5 made of lanthanum chromite-based
7759016 Unit cell of flat solid oxide fuel cell and fuel cell stack comprising the same July 20, 2010
A cell of a flat plate solid oxide fuel cell has a first electrode member of porous material having pores through which all of a fuel gas or air passes. An electrolyte film is on either a front or a back surface of the first electrode member. A second electrode member is on the electroly
6740442 Unit cell of flat solid oxide fuel cell and fuel cell stack comprising the same May 25, 2004
The strength of a cell stack is improved, and processing of components is facilitated to decrease the processing cost. Further, an output characteristic is enhanced, and the material cost is reduced. A single cell 1 includes a fuel electrode (porous fuel electrode substrate) 2 consis

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