Edición Journal of Power Sources – CONAPPICE 2006 –

Volume 169, issue 9, 10 June 2007
ISSN 0378-7753
Special Issue: CONAPPICE 2006
Guest Editors: A.M. Chaparro and L. Daza
Coordinating Editor: P.T. Moseley
1. Preface
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L. Daza, A.M. Chaparro

High Temperature Fuel Cells

2. Low temperature anode-supported solid oxide fuel cells based on gadolinium doped ceria electrolytes
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S. Piñol, M. Morales, F. Espiell

3. Catalytic properties of monometallic copper and bimetallic copper-nickel systems combined with ceria and Ce-X (X = Gd, Tb) mixed oxides applicable as SOFC anodes for direct oxidation of methane
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A. Hornés, D. Gamarra, G. Munuera, J.C. Conesa, A. Martínez-Arias

4. In situ high temperature neutron powder diffraction study of La2Ni0.6Cu0.4O4 in air: Correlation with the electrical behaviour
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A. Aguadero, J.A. Alonso, M.T. Fernández-Díaz, M.J. Escudero, L. Daza

5. An assessment on convective and radiative heat transfer modelling in tubular solid oxide fuel cells
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D. Sánchez, A. Muñoz, T. Sánchez

6. Structural and electrical properties of thin films of Pr0.8Sr0.2Fe0.8Ni0.2O3
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M.J. Pascual, A. Guillet, A. Durán

7. Optimization of glass
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M.J. Pascual, A. Guillet, A. Durán

8. Preparation and characterisation of SOFC anodic materials based on Ce–Cu
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A. Fuerte, R.X. Valenzuela, L. Daza

9. Chemical and electrical properties of BaPr0.7Gd0.3O3
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A. Magrasó, F. Espiell, M. Segarra, J.T.S. Irvine


Low Temperature Fuel Cells

10. Platinum supported on functionalized ordered mesoporous carbon as electrocatalyst for direct methanol fuel cells
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L. Calvillo, M.J. Lázaro, E. García-Bordejé, R. Moliner, P.L. Cabot, I. Esparbé, E. Pastor, J.J. Quintana

11. Electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance study of the electrodeposition of Co, Pt and Pt-Co alloy
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A.J. Martín, A.M. Chaparro, L. Daza

12. Bifunctional amorphous alloys more tolerant to carbon monoxide
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J. Barranco, A.R. Pierna

13. Study of membrane electrode assemblies for PEMFC, with cathodes prepared by the electrospray method
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A.M. Chaparro, R. Benítez, L. Gubler, G.G. Scherer, L. Daza

14. Description of gasket failure in a 7 cell PEMFC stack
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A. Husar, M. Serra, C. Kunusch

15. Conductivity in zeolite-polymer composite membranes for PEMFCs
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T. Sancho, J. Soler, M.P. Pina

16. Synthesis of the ceramic-metal catalysts (PtRuNi-TiO2) by the combustion method
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B. Moreno, E. Chinarro, J.L.G. Fierro, J.R. Jurado



17. Hydrogen production by thermo-catalytic decomposition of methane: Regeneration of active carbons using CO2
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J.L. Pinilla, I. Suelves, R. Utrilla, M.E. Gálvez, M.J. L´zaro, R. Moliner

18. Catalytic processes during preferential oxidation of CO in H2-rich streams over catalysts based on copper-ceria
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D. Gamarra, A. Hornés, Zs. Koppány, Z. Schay, G. Munuera, J. Soria, A. Martínez-Arias

19. Hydrogenation properties of pure magnesium and magnesium-aluminium thin films
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R. Domènech-Ferrer, M. Gurusamy Sridharan, G. Garcia, F. Pi, J. Rodríguez-Viejo

20. Thermodynamic analysis and performance of a 1 kW bioethanol processor for a PEMFC operation
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M. Benito, R. Padilla, J.L. Sanz, L. Daza

21. Evaluation and simultaneous optimization of bio-hydrogen production using 32 factorial design and the desirability function
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M.J. Cuetos, X. Gómez, A. Escapa, A. Morán

22. Hydrogen production by reforming of hydrocarbons and alcohols in a dielectric barrier discharge
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B. Sarmiento, J.J. Brey, I.G. Viera, A.R. González-Elipe, J. Cotrino, V.J. Rico

23. Aluminum and aluminum alloys as sources of hydrogen for fuel cell applications
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L. Soler, J. Macanás, M. Muñoz, J. Casado

24. Hydrogen production by thermocatalytic decomposition of methane over Ni-Al and Ni-Cu-Al catalysts: Effect

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Y. Echegoyen, I. Suelves, M.J. Lázaro, R. Moliner, J.M. Palacios

25. Steam reforming of ethanol at moderate temperature: Multifactorial design analysis of Ni/La2O3-Al2O3, and Fe- and Mn-promoted Co/ZnO catalysts
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J.A. Torres, J. Llorca, A. Casanovas, M. Domínguez, J. Salvadó, D. Montané

26. Zirconia supported catalysts for bioethanol steam reforming: Effect of active phase and zirconia structure
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M. Benito, R. Padilla, L. Rodríguez, J.L. Sanz, L. Daza

27. Development of biogas reforming Ni-La-Al catalysts for fuel cells
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M. Benito, S. García, P. Ferreira-Aparicio, L.G. Serrano, L. Daza


Fuel Cell Systems

28. Airport electric vehicle powered by fuel cell
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P. Fontela, A. Soria, J. Mielgo, J.F. Sierra, J. de Blas, L. Gauchia, J.M. Martínez

29. Design of control systems for portable PEM fuel cells
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A.P. Vega-Leal, F.R. Palomo, F. Barragán, C. García, J.J. Brey

30. Production of electricity from the treatment of urban waste water using a microbial fuel cell
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M.A. Rodrigo, P. Cañizares, J. Lobato, R. Paz, C. Sáez, J.J. Linares

31. Performance improvement of a PEMFC system controlling the cathode outlet air flow
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D. Feroldi, M. Serra, J. Riera

32. Evaluation of automobiles with alternative fuels utilizing multicriteria techniques
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J.J. Brey, I. Contreras, A.F. Carazo, R. Brey, A.G. Hernández-Díaz, A. Castro

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