17 – Multicomponent hydrogen storage systems

@inproceedings{Walker200817M,
  title={17 – Multicomponent hydrogen storage systems},
  author={Gene Walker},
  year={2008}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter explains the theory of destabilization, reviews specific examples starting with the destabilization of complex hydrides. It describes different classes of destabilization agents: metal hydrides, non-hydride systems, where either an element or alloy that does not hydride or an inorganic salt is added as the destabilization agent, and attempts to use another complex hydride to form a destabilized multi-component system. The underlying principle to destabilization is… CONTINUE READING

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