Xiangling Yue

XianglingPostdoctoral researcher, 2013 – present
Xiangling is doing postdoc research on direct carbon/coal fuel cells (DCFCs), which utilize the solid coal as fuel for fuel cells. She is working on the anode materials for DCFCs applications, specifically the (La, Sr)(Cr, Mn)O3 and (Gd, Ce)O2 oxide anodes, in seeking of an eletro-catalytically active and durable anode material for DCFCs. She has working on these materials in the application of carbon dioxide electrolysis by high temperature solid oxide electrolysis cells (operating in the reverse manner of solid oxide fuel cells), and managed to obtain a high performance electrode by microstructure modification of this set of material.

Contact information

Email: xy57@st-andrews.ac.uk
School of Chemistry,
University of St Andrews
St Andrews
FifeKY16 9ST

Academic degrees

PhD Chemistry from University of St Andrews, UK

M. Eng (Chemical Engineering) from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

B. Eng (Chemical Engineering) from Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China

Selected publications

1. Xiangling Yue and John T S Irvine. Alternative cathode material for CO2 reduction by high temperature solid oxide electrolysis cells. J. Electrochem. Soc., 159 (8), F442-F448 (2012)

2. Xiangling Yue and John T S Irvine. LSCM/GDC cathode for high temperature steam electrolysis and steam-carbon dioxide co-electrolysis, Solid State Ionics, 225, 132-135 (2012)

3. Xiangling Yue and John T S Irvine. Impedance studies on LSCM/GDC cathode for high temperature CO2 electrolysis. Electrochem. Solid-State Lett., 15 (3), B31-B34 (2012)

4. Xiangling Yue, Aiyu Yan, Min Zhang, Lin Liu, Yonglai Dong, Mojie Cheng. Investigation on scandium-doped manganate La0.8Sr0.2Mn1-xScxO3-δ cathode for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells. J. Power Sources, 185, 691-697 (2008)