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Doped sodium aluminium hydrides as hydrogen storage materials- characterizations and mechanistic insights

Abstract:

The dehydriding and rehydriding of sodium aluminium hydride, NaAlH 4, is kinetically enhanced and rendered reversible in the solid state upon doping with a small amount of catalyst species, such as titanium, zirconium or tin. The catalyst doped hydrides appear to be good candidates for development as hydrogen carriers for onboard proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells because of their relatively low operation temperatures (120-150°C) and high hydrogen carrying capacities (4-5 wt.%). Howeve...

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Journal:
Metals and Materials International
Volume:
11
Issue:
5
Pages:
383-390
Publication date:
2005-10-05
ISSN:
1598-9623
URN:
uuid:9cdb0ebf-df07-400f-a233-328b78e3a825
Source identifiers:
180219
Local pid:
pubs:180219

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