Nanomaterials for hydrogen storage

  title={Nanomaterials for hydrogen storage},
  author={C. Sunandana},
After highlighting the fundamental contributions of van’t Hoff to the emergence of modern physical chemistry, we bring out the relevance of his ideas to a problem of great contemporary interest—storageof hydrogen in nanomaterials. 
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Hydrogen storage capacity of low-lying isomer of C24 functionalized with Ti
Abstract Hydrogen energy is a sustainable and eco-friendly substitute for reducing fossil fuel dependency and boost the air quality index. High-density reversible hydrogen storage as a vehicular fuelExpand
Effect of structural defects on the hydrogen adsorption in promising nanostructures
Abstract Hydrogen adsorption in various nanosystems is one of the well studied topics of interest, due to its significance for the automobile applications. Scientists are considering novelExpand
High capacity reversible hydrogen storage in zirconium doped 2D-covalent triazine frameworks: Density Functional Theory investigations
Abstract Employing the state-of-the art Density Functional Theory (DFT) Simulations, we have investigated hydrogen storage capability in zirconium doped novel 2D heterostructures, Covalent TriazineExpand
Controlled Release of Hydrogen Isotopes from Hydride-Magnetic Nanomaterials.
The morphological, structural, optical, and magnetic studies reveal that the Fe2 O3-Pd nanoparticles (NPs) are hybrid structures exhibiting both hydrogen isotope storage (Pd) and magnetic (Fe2O3) properties. Expand
C7N6 monolayer as high capacity and reversible hydrogen storage media: A DFT study
Abstract Searching advanced materials with high capacity and efficient reversibility for hydrogen storage is a key issue for the development of hydrogen energy. In this work, we studiedExpand
DFT study of boron doped MgH2: Bonding mechanism, hydrogen diffusion and desorption
Abstract The impact of boron doping on MgH2 bonding mechanism, hydrogen diffusion and desorption was calculated using density functional theory (DFT). Atomic interactions in doped and non-dopedExpand
Consistency between the experimental formation entropy of MgH2 and the spectroscopic entropy based on the third law of thermodynamics
Abstract In the Mg–H system, large discrepancies exist between the reported thermodynamic parameters (standard enthalpy and entropy of formation, ΔfH° and ΔfS°, respectively) calculated for theExpand
Integration of Hydrogen Energy Technologies in Autonomous Power Systems
The never-ending stories on an alternative energy supply for a cleaner environment, recently related with efforts to decrease global CO2 emissions, has been revived by the steep increase in oilExpand


Structure, catalysis and atomic reactions on the nano-scale: a systematic approach to metal hydrides for hydrogen storage
Abstract.We show how reducing structure, catalysis and atomic reactions to the nano-scale may be used in a systematic way to substantially enhance the hydrogenation properties of metal hydrides. WeExpand
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