The continuous production of LaCrO3 particles (average edge size 639 nm, cube-shaped) by continuous hydrothermal flow synthesis using supercritical water is reported for the first time. By varying the reaction conditions, it was possible to suggest a reaction mechanism for the formation of this perovskite material. Moreover, dual-phase oxygen transport membranes were manufactured from the as-synthesized LaCrO3 particles and (ZrO2)0.89(Y2O3)0.01(Sc2O3)0.10 (10Sc1YSZ), and oxygen permeation fluxes up to 5 × 10–8 mol cm–2 s–1 were measured on a 1 mm thick membrane.
Xu, Y., Pirou, S., Zielke, P., Simonsen, S. B., Norby, P., Hendriksen, P. V., & Kiebach, R. (2018). Continuous Hydrothermal Flow Synthesis of LaCrO3 in Supercritical Water and Its Application in Dual-Phase Oxygen Transport Membranes. Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 57(6), 2123-2130. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.iecr.7b04390