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6 shows the degradation rate of the metal supported single cell of SSC // SDC/ScSZ // Ni-SDC // SS substrate fabricated in early 2006. The cell performance was stable during the period of the test (up to 18 h) even if the operating temperature of 700 "C was relatively high to cause severe corrosion of metal substrate. cm*) Fig. 5. I-L' characteristics of SSC // SDClScSZ // Ni-SDC // Laser drilled SS substrate at the temperature range 600-700 "C under humid 20% H2 in Ar (3% H20) and air. (Fabrication date: Spring 2006) I 500, Current density: a t 350 mAlcm' 400 - 1 2 J 200 1 150 , 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 Time (hr) 12 14 16 18 Fig.
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