Templated synthesis of nickel nanoparticles: Toward heterostructured nanocomposites for efficient hydrogen storage

@inproceedings{Nelson2013TemplatedSO,
  title={Templated synthesis of nickel nanoparticles: Toward heterostructured nanocomposites for efficient hydrogen storage},
  author={Nicholas Charles Nelson},
  year={2013}
}
The world is currently facing an energy and environmental crisis for which new technologies are needed. Development of cost-competitive materials for catalysis and hydrogen storage on-board motor vehicles is crucial to lead subsequent generations into a more sustainable and energy independent future. This thesis presents work toward the scalable synthesis of bimetallic heterostructures that can enable hydrogen to compete with carbonaceous fuels by meeting the necessary gravimetric and… CONTINUE READING

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