Bulk nanocomposite MgH2/10 wt% (8 Nb2O5/2 Ni) solid-hydrogen storage system for fuel cell applications

  title={Bulk nanocomposite MgH2/10 wt\% (8 Nb2O5/2 Ni) solid-hydrogen storage system for fuel cell applications},
  author={Mohamed Sherif El-Eskandarany and Eissa Al-Nasrallah and Mohammad Banyan and Fahad A. Al-Ajmi},
  journal={International Journal of Hydrogen Energy},
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