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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.88.2002.tde-20082015-165222
Document
Author
Full name
Mario Godinho Junior
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Carlos, 2002
Supervisor
Committee
Leite, Edson Roberto (President)
Andreeta, Marcello Rubens Barsi
Lanfredi, Silvania
Title in Portuguese
Síntese e caracterização do BIMEVOX pelo método dos precursores poliméricos
Keywords in Portuguese
BIMEVOX
Condutor iônico
Eletrólito sólido
Precursores poliméricos
Abstract in Portuguese
As cerâmicas do tipo BIMEVOX, onde ME= metal dopante com estequiometria Bi4Me2xV2(1-x)Ox(11-3x), são conhecidas como eletrólitos sólidos e a utilização destes materiais está voltada principalmente para dispositivos como: sensores de oxigênio, células de combustíveis, conversão de energia, baterias e dispositivos associados à condução iônica. Dada a dificuldade de obter-se materiais policristalinos de alta densidade, buscou-se o método dos precursores poliméricos para obter-se um pó com maior área superficial específica e, consequentemente aumentar a densificação, para melhorar assim a condutividade iônica do oxigênio. As cerâmicas BIMEVOX dopadas com 20% de Titânio em relação ao Vanádio (BITIVOX.20) foram as que apresentaram a maior condutividade, sendo de 5,39 x10-4 (Ω.cm)-1 à temperatura de 200 °C com uma a densidade relativa de 98% Esses resultados são uns dos melhores até o momento reportado na literatura
Title in English
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Keywords in English
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Abstract in English
The BIMEVOX type ceramics present the general formula Bi4Me2xV2(1-x)Ox(11-3x), in which Me stands for the doping metal. They are known as soiid electrolytes and the utilization of these materiais is mairly directed towards devices such as: oxygen sensors, fuel cells, energy conversion, batteries and devices associated to the ionic conduction. Due to the difficulty of obtaining high density polycrystalline materiais, it was used the polymeric precursor method to produced a powder with higher specific surface area and therefore increase the densification, in order to improve the ionic conductivity of oxygen. BIMEVOX ceramics with titanium presenting a doping levei of 20 mol%, in relation to vanadium, (BITIVOX.20) where the ones that presented the highest conductivity, reaching the value of 5,39 x10-4 (Ω.cm)-1 at the temperature of 200 °C with a relative density of 98%. These figures represent one of the best results reported up to now in the literature
 
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2015-08-24
 
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