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Enhancing the oxygen vacancy formation and migration in bulk chromium(III) oxide by alkali metal doping: a change from isotropic to anisotropic oxygen diffusion

Enhancing the oxygen vacancy formation and migration in bulk chromium(III) oxide by alkali metal doping: a change from isotropic to anisotropic oxygen diffusion
John J. Carey, M. Nolan
Oxygen vacancy formation and migration are vital properties for reducible oxides such as TiO2, CeO2 and Cr2O3 as the oxygen storage capacity (OSC) of these materials are important for a wide range of applications in photovoltaics, oxidative catalysis and solid oxide fuel cells.
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