Oxygen Permeability of Calcia-Stabilized Zirconia at Low Oxygen Partial Pressures
The oxygen permeability of commercial ZrO2 +5.8 to 5.9 wt pct CaO has been measured between 1673 and 1823 K by the following cell:
The oxygen permeability of calcia-stabilized zirconia is proportional to . From the permeability measurements, the conduction properties of the electrolyte were obtained.
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