Complex hydrides for energy storage

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Complex hydrides for energy storage. / Milanese, C.; Jensen, T. R.; Hauback, B. C.; Pistidda, C.; Dornheim, M.; Yang, H.; Lombardo, L.; Zuettel, A.; Filinchuk, Y.; Ngene, P.; de Jongh, P. E.; Buckley, C. E.; Dematteis, E. M.; Baricco, M.

In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 44, No. 15, 2019, p. 7860-7874.

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Milanese, C, Jensen, TR, Hauback, BC, Pistidda, C, Dornheim, M, Yang, H, Lombardo, L, Zuettel, A, Filinchuk, Y, Ngene, P, de Jongh, PE, Buckley, CE, Dematteis, EM & Baricco, M 2019, 'Complex hydrides for energy storage', International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, vol. 44, no. 15, pp. 7860-7874. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.11.208

APA

Milanese, C., Jensen, T. R., Hauback, B. C., Pistidda, C., Dornheim, M., Yang, H., ... Baricco, M. (2019). Complex hydrides for energy storage. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 44(15), 7860-7874. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.11.208

CBE

Milanese C, Jensen TR, Hauback BC, Pistidda C, Dornheim M, Yang H, Lombardo L, Zuettel A, Filinchuk Y, Ngene P, de Jongh PE, Buckley CE, Dematteis EM, Baricco M. 2019. Complex hydrides for energy storage. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 44(15):7860-7874. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.11.208

MLA

Milanese, C. et al. "Complex hydrides for energy storage". International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2019, 44(15). 7860-7874. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.11.208

Vancouver

Milanese C, Jensen TR, Hauback BC, Pistidda C, Dornheim M, Yang H et al. Complex hydrides for energy storage. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2019;44(15):7860-7874. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2018.11.208

Author

Milanese, C. ; Jensen, T. R. ; Hauback, B. C. ; Pistidda, C. ; Dornheim, M. ; Yang, H. ; Lombardo, L. ; Zuettel, A. ; Filinchuk, Y. ; Ngene, P. ; de Jongh, P. E. ; Buckley, C. E. ; Dematteis, E. M. ; Baricco, M. / Complex hydrides for energy storage. In: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2019 ; Vol. 44, No. 15. pp. 7860-7874.

Bibtex

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abstract = "In the past decades, complex hydrides and complex hydrides-based materials have been thoroughly investigated as materials for energy storage, owing to their very high gravimetric and volumetric hydrogen capacities and interesting cation and hydrogen diffusion properties. Concerning hydrogen storage, the main limitations of this class of materials are the high working temperatures and pressures, the low hydrogen absorption and desorption rates and the poor cyclability. In the past years, research in this field has been focused on understanding the hydrogen release and uptake mechanism of the pristine and catalyzed materials and on the characterization of the thermodynamic aspects, in order to rationally choose the composition and the stoichiometry of the systems in terms of hydrogen active phases and catalysts/destabilizing agents. Moreover, new materials have been discovered and characterized in an attempt to find systems with properties suitable for practical on-board and stationary applications. A significant part of this rich and productive activity has been performed by the research groups led by the Experts of the International Energy Agreement Task 32, often in collaborative research projects. The most recent findings of these joint activities and other noteworthy recent results in the field are reported in this paper.",
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AU - Yang, H.

AU - Lombardo, L.

AU - Zuettel, A.

AU - Filinchuk, Y.

AU - Ngene, P.

AU - de Jongh, P. E.

AU - Buckley, C. E.

AU - Dematteis, E. M.

AU - Baricco, M.

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KW - Hydrogen absorption

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