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Hydrogen-storage materials for mobile applications
Mobility — the transport of people and goods — is a socioeconomic reality that will surely increase in the coming years. It should be safe, economic and reasonably clean. Little energy needs to beExpand
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Hydrogen as a future energy carrier
INTRODUCTION HISTORY OF HYDROGEN Timeline of the History of Hydrogen The Hindenburg and Challenger Disasters HYDROGEN AS A FUEL Fossil Fuels The Carbon Cycle and Biomass Energy The Hydrogen CycleExpand
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Scanning field emission from patterned carbon nanotube films
The investigation of the field emission (FE) properties of carbon nanotube (CNT) films by a scanning anode FE apparatus, reveals a strong dependence on the density and morphology of the CNT deposit.Expand
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Field emission properties of carbon nanotubes
We have investigated the field emission properties of nanotube thin films deposited by a plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition process from 2% CH4 in H2 atmosphere. Depending on the deposition ofExpand
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Hydrogen storage in carbon nanostructures
Abstract Carbon nanotubes have been known for more than 10 years. It is a challenge to fill their unique tubular structure with metals and gases. Especially, the absorption of hydrogen in single wallExpand
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Study of adsorption and viscoelastic properties of proteins with a quartz crystal microbalance by measuring the oscillation amplitude.
The adsorption kinetics of protein A, BSA, IgG, and fibronectin has been investigated using a homemade quartz crystal microbalance. Information about the energy losses appearing in the system isExpand
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Hydrogen in the mechanically prepared nanostructured graphite
Nanostructured graphite was prepared by mechanical milling under hydrogen atmosphere. Several samples obtained after different milling times were systematically examined to get fundamentalExpand
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Creation of nanostructures to study the topographical dependency of protein adsorption
Abstract Nanostructures of sizes comparable to protein dimensions are created on Si and Ti surfaces by local anodic oxidation (LAO) using the atomic force microscope (AFM). The characterization ofExpand
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Technology: Hydrogen-fuelled vehicles
Hydrogen is hailed as a non-polluting synthetic fuel that could replace oil, especially for transport applications. The technology to make this a reality — particularly hydrogen-storage materials —Expand
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Electron affinity and work function of differently oriented and doped diamond surfaces determined by photoelectron spectroscopy
Abstract We investigate band bending, electron affinity and work function of differently terminated, doped and oriented diamond surfaces by X-ray and ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS andExpand
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