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Sundell, P., Björketun, M. och Wahnström, G. (2007) *Density-functional calculations of prefactors and activation energies for H diffusion in BaZrO3*.

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@article{

Sundell2007,

author={Sundell, Per G. and Björketun, Mårten E. and Wahnström, Göran},

title={Density-functional calculations of prefactors and activation energies for H diffusion in BaZrO3},

journal={Phys. Rev. B},

volume={76},

pages={094301},

abstract={Density-functional calculations are used to investigate hydrogen diffusion in the solid-state proton conductor BaZrO3. Activation energies and prefactors for the rate of proton transfer and reorientation are evaluated for a defect-free region of this simple cubic perovskite-structured oxide. Both semiclassical over-barrier jumps and phonon-assisted tunneling transitions between sites are considered. It is found that the classical barriers for the elementary transfer and reorientation steps are both of the order of 0.2 eV. The quantum-mechanical zero-point motion effects are found to be sizable, to effectively reduce the barrier heights, and to make the prefactors similar for the transfer and reorientation steps. The Flynn-Stoneham model [Phys. Rev. B 1, 3966 (1970)] of phonon-assisted tunneling yields an activation energy of around 0.2 eV and a very small prefactor for proton transfer, whereas the corresponding adiabatic model gives a similar activation energy but a much larger prefactor. It is suggested that the effect of other defects such as dopants has to be included for a proper description of hydrogen diffusion in this material.},

year={2007},

keywords={PACS: 66.30.Dn, 66.35.+a, 71.15.Mb},

}

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RT Journal Article

SR Print

ID 63586

A1 Sundell, Per G.

A1 Björketun, Mårten E.

A1 Wahnström, Göran

T1 Density-functional calculations of prefactors and activation energies for H diffusion in BaZrO3

YR 2007

JF Phys. Rev. B

VO 76

AB Density-functional calculations are used to investigate hydrogen diffusion in the solid-state proton conductor BaZrO3. Activation energies and prefactors for the rate of proton transfer and reorientation are evaluated for a defect-free region of this simple cubic perovskite-structured oxide. Both semiclassical over-barrier jumps and phonon-assisted tunneling transitions between sites are considered. It is found that the classical barriers for the elementary transfer and reorientation steps are both of the order of 0.2 eV. The quantum-mechanical zero-point motion effects are found to be sizable, to effectively reduce the barrier heights, and to make the prefactors similar for the transfer and reorientation steps. The Flynn-Stoneham model [Phys. Rev. B 1, 3966 (1970)] of phonon-assisted tunneling yields an activation energy of around 0.2 eV and a very small prefactor for proton transfer, whereas the corresponding adiabatic model gives a similar activation energy but a much larger prefactor. It is suggested that the effect of other defects such as dopants has to be included for a proper description of hydrogen diffusion in this material.

LA eng

OL 30