publication . Article . 2006

tailoring hydrogen storage materials towards application

Dornheim, M.; Eigen, N.; Barkhordarian, G.; Klassen, T.; Bormann, R.;
Restricted
  • Published: 01 Jan 2006 Journal: Advanced Engineering Materials, volume 8, pages 377-385 (issn: 1438-1656, eissn: 1527-2648, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Wiley
Abstract
A breakthrough in hydrogen storage technology was achieved by preparing nanocrystalline hydrides using high-energy ball milling and the use of suitable catalysts/additives. These new materials show fast or in case of Mg-based hydrides very fast absorption and desorption kinetics within minutes, thus qualifying lightweight Mg- or Al-based hydrides for storage applications. This article summarizes our current understanding of the kinetics of Mg-based light metal hydrides, describes an approach for a cost-effective processing technology and highlights some promising new developments in lightweight metal hydride research.
Subjects
free text keywords: General Materials Science, Condensed Matter Physics, Catalysis, Aluminium hydride, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Materials science, Metallurgy, Hydride, Nanotechnology, Magnesium hydride, Ball mill, Desorption, Hydrogen storage, Nanocrystalline material, Inorganic chemistry, ddc:620.11
Powered by OpenAIRE Research Graph
Any information missing or wrong?Report an Issue