Authors: Mastronardo, E; Qian, X; Coronado, JM; Haile, SM
J. Energy Storage. vol: 40. page: .
Date: AUG. 2021.
Recently, CaMnO3 has been proposed as a promising candidate for high temperature thermochemical heat storage. The material reversibly releases oxygen in response to changes in oxygen partial pressure (pO(2)) in the temperature range (800-1000 degrees C) suitable for Concentrated [read more]