Samane Ghandehariun

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The copper-chlorine cycle of thermochemical water splitting, using various heat sources, is a promising technology for hydrogen production. The chemical hazards accompanying the new technology affect significantly the industrialization of the cycle, but have scarcely been examined. This paper addresses this need by examining the copper(I) chloride (CuCl)(More)
This paper examines heat recovery in a thermochemical Cu-Cl cycle for efficient hydrogen production. It is essential to recover heat within the Cu-Cl cycle to improve the overall thermal efficiency of the cycle. A major portion of heat recovery can be achieved by cooling and solidifying the molten salt exiting an oxygen reactor. Heat recovery from the(More)
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