Investigation of kinetic processes of gas-solid-ionic-conductor-interfaces with respect to potential application in chemical sensors.
The technology of all-solid-state electrochemical sensors requires combination of materials with appropriate electrical properties. Application of solid electrolytes in electrochemical gas sensors is accompanied by utilization of electrodes. The electrode reaction resulting in gas detection is based on the interaction of species from the galvanic cell and the gas phase. The present work investigates the kinetics of the interface gas-solid ionic conductor in electrochemical cells under equilibrium conditions and by employing dynamic method.
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