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Hydrogen storage in complex hydrides: Past activities and new trends

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  • Erika Michela Dematteis, University of Turin
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  • Mads B. Amdisen
  • Tom Autrey, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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  • Jussara Barale, University of Turin
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  • Mark E. Bowden, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
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  • Craig E. Buckley, Curtin University of Technology
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  • Young Whan Cho, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
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  • Stefano Deledda, IFE - Institute for Energy Technology
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  • Martin Dornheim, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht - Centre for Materials and Coastal Research
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  • Petra De Jongh, Utrecht University
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  • Jakob B. Grinderslev
  • Gökhan Gizer, Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht - Centre for Materials and Coastal Research
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  • Valerio Gulino, University of Turin, Utrecht University
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  • Bjørn C. Hauback, IFE - Institute for Energy Technology
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  • Michael Heere, Technical University of Braunschweig
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  • Tae Wook Heo, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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  • Terry D. Humphries, Curtin University of Technology
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  • Torben R. Jensen
  • Shin Young Kang, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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  • Young Su Lee, Korea Institute of Science and Technology
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  • Hai Wen Li, Hefei General Machinery Research Institute
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  • Sichi Li, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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  • Kasper T. Møller
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  • Peter Ngene, Utrecht University
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  • Shin Ichi Orimo, Tohoku University
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  • Mark Paskevicius, Curtin University of Technology
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  • Marek Polanski, Military University of Technology Warsaw
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  • Shigeyuki Takagi, Tohoku University
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  • Liwen Wan, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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  • Brandon C. Wood, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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  • Michael Hirscher, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems
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  • Marcello Baricco, University of Turin

Intense literature and research efforts have focussed on the exploration of complex hydrides for energy storage applications over the past decades. A focus was dedicated to the determination of their thermodynamic and hydrogen storage properties, due to their high gravimetric and volumetric hydrogen storage capacities, but their application has been limited because of harsh working conditions for reversible hydrogen release and uptake. The present review aims at appraising the recent advances on different complex hydride systems, coming from the proficient collaborative activities in the past years from the research groups led by the experts of the Task 40 'Energy Storage and Conversion Based on Hydrogen' of the Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Programme of the International Energy Agency. An overview of materials design, synthesis, tailoring and modelling approaches, hydrogen release and uptake mechanisms and thermodynamic aspects are reviewed to define new trends and suggest new possible applications for these highly tuneable materials.

Original languageEnglish
Article number032009
JournalProgress in Energy
Volume4
Issue3
Number of pages41
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 2022

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    Research areas

  • alanates, amides, ammines, borates, borohydrides, complex hydrides, reactive hydride composites

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