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Stressed MSRI Anode (S1)

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Microstructure of an electrochemically aged active anode layer from a 25 mm anode-supported SOFC button cell produced by Materials and Systems Research, Inc (Salt Lake City, UT), characterized using xenon plasma FIB-SEM at Carnegie Mellon University on 30 October 2017.

The electrochemical aging procedure consisted of running the cell for 1,500 hours at 750°C, at a current density of 0.25 A/cm2, using wet (3% H2O) hydrogen as a fuel.

The microstructure is approximately 145x106x6 μm3; the voxel size in the dataset is 50x50x50 nm3. The phase IDs in the segmented data are as follows: 1:pore, 2:Ni, 3:Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ). The greyscale values in the un-segmented data follow the same order, from darkest to brightest.

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Last Updated April 15, 2020, 11:32 (EDT)
Created March 2, 2020, 11:24 (EST)
Citation Rubayyat Mahbub, Tim Hsu, William K. Epting, Gillian Nolan, Yinkai Lei, Noel T. Nuhfer, Harry W. Abernathy, Gregory A. Hackett, Shawn Litster, Anthony D. Rollett, Paul A. Salvador. Quantifying Morphological Variability and Operating Evolution in Complex Heterogeneous SOFC Anode Microstructures. In preparation.
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Poc Email steven.richardson@netl.doe.gov
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