High capacity hydrogen storage materials: attributes for automotive applications and techniques for materials discovery.

@article{Yang2010HighCH,
  title={High capacity hydrogen storage materials: attributes for automotive applications and techniques for materials discovery.},
  author={Jun Yang and Andrea C Sudik and Christopher M. Wolverton and Donald J Siegel},
  journal={Chemical Society reviews},
  year={2010},
  volume={39 2},
  pages={656-75}
}
Widespread adoption of hydrogen as a vehicular fuel depends critically upon the ability to store hydrogen on-board at high volumetric and gravimetric densities, as well as on the ability to extract/insert it at sufficiently rapid rates. As current storage methods based on physical means--high-pressure gas or (cryogenic) liquefaction--are unlikely to satisfy targets for performance and cost, a global research effort focusing on the development of chemical means for storing hydrogen in condensed… CONTINUE READING

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