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Modifying La0.6Sr0.4MnO3 Perovskites with Cr Incorporation for Fast Isothermal CO2-Splitting Kinetics in Solar-Driven Thermochemical Cycles

AuthorsCarrillo, Alfonso J.; Bork, A.H.; Moser, T.; Sediva, E.; Hood, Z.D.; Rupp, J.L.M.
Issue Date21-Jun-2019
CitationAdvanced Energy Materials 9(28): 1803886 (2019)
AbstractPerovskites are promising oxygen carriers for solar-driven thermochemical fuel production due to higher oxygen exchange capacity. Despite their higher fuel yield capacity, LaSrMnO perovskite materials present slow CO-splitting kinetics compared with state-of-the-art CeO. In order to improve the CO production rates, the incorporation of Cr in LaSrMnO is explored based on thermodynamic calculations that suggest an enhanced driving force toward CO splitting at high temperatures for LaSrCrMnO perovskites. Here, reported is a threefold faster CO fuel production for LaSrCrMnO compared to conventional LaSrMnO, and twofold faster than CeO under isothermal redox cycling at 1400 °C, and high stability upon long-term cycling without any evidence of microstructural degradation. The findings suggest that with the proper design in terms of transition metal ion doping, it is possible to adjust perovskite compositions and reactor conditions for improved solar-to-fuel thermochemical production under nonconventional solar-driven thermochemical cycling schemes such as the here presented near isothermal operation.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/aenm.201803886
Identifiersdoi: 10.1002/aenm.201803886
issn: 1614-6840
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