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Electrochemical Behaviour of Lamellar Interfaces in CoO - ZrO2(CaO) Aligned Eutectic Structures Submitted to Chemical Reduction

  • B. Bonvalot-Dubois (a1), G. Dhalenne (a1) and A. Revcolevschi (a1)


In a previous study we have examined the reduction of nickel oxide into nickel in NiO-ZrO2(CaO) aligned lamellar eutectic structures [1-2]. From the data which were obtained, we developed a model accounting for the fast reduction of nickel oxide; in particular it was shown that reduction takes place through the action of an electrochemical local cell, involving fast transport of oxygen to the sample surface through the cubic zirconia phase [2].



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2. Bonvalot-Dubois, B., Dhalenne, G., Berthon, J., Revcolevschi, A. and Rapp, R.A., J. Am. Ceran. Soc., 71, 1988, 296.
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6. Bonvalot-Dubois, B., Ph.D, thesis, 1988, Orsay.


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