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NANOMATERIALS FOR HYDROGEN STORAGE PRODUCED BY

11 CANADIAN METALLURGICAL QUARTERLY, VOL 48, NO 1 NANOMATERIALS FOR HYDROGEN STORAGE PRODUCED BY BALL MILLING R.A. VARIN1,T. CZUJKO1,3, Z.S. WRONSKI,1,2 and Z. ZARANSKI3 1Department of Mechanical ...

(PDF) Using Ball Milling for Modification of the ...

It is concluded that ball milling can significantly improve the kinetic and electrochemical properties of magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials and increase the hydrogen storage capacity.

Magnesium–carbon hydrogen storage hybrid materials ...

Jun 01, 2013  Time-resolved studies uncovered kinetics and mechanism of Mg–hydrogen interactions during High energy reactive ball milling in hydrogen (HRBM) in presence of various types of carbon, including graphite (G), activated carbon (AC), multi-wall carbon nanotubes (MWCNT), expandable (EG) and thermally-expanded (TEG) graphite.

Hydrogen storage in MgAlTiFeNi high entropy alloy ...

In this study, the MgAlTiFeNi high entropy alloy was processed by high-energy ball milling under both argon and hydrogen atmospheres. It is shown that this alloy forms a body-centered cubic (BCC) structure when milled under an argon atmosphere (mechanical alloying-MA) and a combination of BCC, FCC, and Mg 2 FeH 6 when milled under hydrogen pressure (reactive milling

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technique for a number of technologies including Hydrogen Storage. • Ball-milling facilitates chemical conversion of metal hydrides. •Complex multi-step processes can be carried out by milling solids without solvent. • Most likely, mechanically induced transformations are not thermally driven events.

Hydrogen Storage Properties of Nanocrystalline Mg 2Ni ...

2Ni, nanocrystalline, mechanical alloying, ball-milling, hydrogen storage 1. Introduction Many metallic materials are known to form hydrides reversibly. Intermetallic Mg 2Ni with its high hydrogen capacity (up to 3.6 wt.%) is the prime candidates among hydrogen storage systems [1–5]. However, Mg 2Ni cannot

Hydrogen Production Storage 2009 - Sigma-Aldrich

technique for a number of technologies including Hydrogen Storage. • Ball-milling facilitates chemical conversion of metal hydrides. •Complex multi-step processes can be carried out by milling solids without solvent. • Most likely, mechanically induced transformations are not thermally driven events.

Frontiers Enhancing Hydrogen Storage Properties of MgH2 ...

Liang et al. (1999b) presented the hydrogen storage properties of MgH 2 +V composite prepared by ball milling. The MgH 2 +5 at% V composite could desorb hydrogen at 200°C and reabsorb hydrogen rapidly even at room temperature, the activation energy of hydrogen

Mechanical Ball-Milling Preparation of Fullerene/Cobalt ...

The design and synthesis of new hydrogen storage nanomaterials with high capacity at low cost is extremely desirable but remains challenging for today’s development of hydrogen economy. Because of the special honeycomb structures and excellent physical and chemical characters, fullerenes have been extensively considered as ideal materials for hydrogen storage materials.

Hydrogen Storage Properties of Nanocrystalline Mg 2Ni ...

2Ni, nanocrystalline, mechanical alloying, ball-milling, hydrogen storage 1. Introduction Many metallic materials are known to form hydrides reversibly. Intermetallic Mg 2Ni with its high hydrogen capacity (up to 3.6 wt.%) is the prime candidates among hydrogen storage systems [1–5]. However, Mg 2Ni cannot

Correlation between the milling time and hydrogen-storage ...

The ball milling of pre-melted alloy caused a shift of the P-C isotherm towards lower pressure, but it reduced the width of the plateau region. After milling for 30 min and 1 h, the storage capacity was found to be decreased, which may be due to some other minor phases formed during milling.

Cryo-Milling and the Hydrogen Storage Properties of NaAlH4 ...

High energy ball milling of metal hydrides is a common way to both introduce catalysts (e.g. TiCl3) and to simultaneously increase the surface area. Both catalysis and increased surface area improve hydrogen storage capacity of the material. Nanostructuring of hydrides by depositing them into mesoporous templates (such as anodized alumina, MOFs, and SBA-15) has become a common way

Magnesium–carbon hydrogen storage hybrid materials ...

Magnesium–carbon hydrogen storage hybrid materials produced by reactive ball milling in hydrogen M. Lototskyy a,*, J.M. Sibanyoni a, R.V. Denys b, M. Williams a, B ...

Mechanical ball-milling preparation of mass sandwich-like ...

Mass pure sandwich-like (hcp- and fcc-) Co/GE (graphene)/Co nanocomposites have been synthesized by direct ball-milling of Co and GE powders by adjusting the reaction conditions, and the maximum hydrogen storage capacity achieved was 899.5 mA h g−1 (3.29 wt% hydrogen).

Synthesis by High-Energy Ball Milling of MgH2-TiFe ...

Desorption temperature and kinetics Nano-nickel additives Hydrogen storage materials Composite hydrides MgH 2 and FeTi Ball milling a b s t r a c t Hydride-intermetallic composites MgH 2 þ X wt ...

Nanostructured complex hydride systems for solid state ...

The results indicate that microstructural refinement (particle and grain size) induced by ball milling affects the hydrogen storage properties of LiNH 2-LiH and LiNH 2-MgH 2 systems. Moreover, the molar ratios of the starting constituents can also affect the dehydrogenation/ hydrogenation properties.

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ses.46 Reactive ball milling under a hydrogen atmosphere was also applied for in situ formation of Mg–Ti hydride. 47,48 Despite signi cant bene ts of ball milling, the whole process should be

Effect of ball-milling duration and dehydrogenation on the ...

T1 - Effect of ball-milling duration and dehydrogenation on the morphology, microstructure and catalyst dispersion in Ni-catalyzed MgH2 hydrogen storage materials. AU - House, Stephen D. AU - Vajo, John J. AU - Ren, Chai. AU - Rockett, Angus A. AU - Robertson, Ian M. PY - 2015/3. Y1 - 2015/3

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IntroductionReactive ball milling in hydrogen atmosphere leads to formation of a range of nanocrystalline alloys. Among them, the alloys based on Mg, Zr, and Ti are the most promising materials for hydrogen storage, i.e. materials having a high capacity of hydrogen storage (of

Hydrogen storage performance of TiFe after processing by ...

N2 - Activation of TiFe for hydrogen storage by severe plastic deformation (SPD) through ball milling technique and the effect of microstructure on this activation have been investigated. TiFe becomes activated after the ball milling and is not deactivated after exposure to air, similar to TiFe activated by high-pressure torsion (HPT).

Mechanical Ball-Milling Preparation of Fullerene/Cobalt Core/Shell Nanocomposites with High Electrochemical Hydrogen

The design and synthesis of new hydrogen storage nanomaterials with high capacity at low cost is extremely desirable but remains challenging for today’s development of hydrogen economy. Because of the special honeycomb structures and excellent physical and chemical characters, fullerenes have been extensively considered as ideal materials for hydrogen storage materials.

(PDF) Effect of ball milling and cold rolling on hydrogen storage properties of nanocrystalline TiV1.6Mn0.4 alloy ...

Effect of ball milling and cold rolling on hydrogen storage properties of nanocrystalline TiV1.6Mn0.4 alloy

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technique for a number of technologies including Hydrogen Storage. • Ball-milling facilitates chemical conversion of metal hydrides. •Complex multi-step processes can be carried out by milling solids without solvent. • Most likely, mechanically induced transformations are not thermally driven events.

Deposition of polymer coating on metallic powder through ball milling: Application to hydrogen storage ...

Ball milling technique was used for deposition of the polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) coating on the powder of TiFe intermetallic compound. Measurement of pressure–composition hydrogen absorption isotherms revealed that the polymer‐coated TiFe intermetallic compound kept its hydrogen storage ability.

Effect of ball-milling time and Pd addition on electrochemical hydrogen storage

The experimental results prove that the addition of palladium and proper ball milling can effectively improve the electrochemical hydrogen storage capacity of the Co 2 B alloy. The Co2B alloy is synthesized by high temperature solid phase process. 5 wt% Pd is added to the Co2B alloy by ball milling at different milling ...

Frontiers Enhancing Hydrogen Storage Properties of MgH2 by

Liang et al. (1999b) presented the hydrogen storage properties of MgH 2 +V composite prepared by ball milling. The MgH 2 +5 at% V composite could desorb hydrogen at 200°C and reabsorb hydrogen rapidly even at room temperature, the activation energy of hydrogen desorption was decreased to 62 kJ mol −1 .

Hydrogen storage performance of TiFe after processing by ball milling

N2 - Activation of TiFe for hydrogen storage by severe plastic deformation (SPD) through ball milling technique and the effect of microstructure on this activation have been investigated. TiFe becomes activated after the ball milling and is not deactivated after exposure to air, similar to TiFe activated by high-pressure torsion (HPT).

Nanostructured complex hydride systems for solid state

The results indicate that microstructural refinement (particle and grain size) induced by ball milling affects the hydrogen storage properties of LiNH 2-LiH and LiNH 2-MgH 2 systems. Moreover, the molar ratios of the starting constituents can also affect the dehydrogenation/ hydrogenation properties.

Cryo-Milling and the Hydrogen Storage Properties of NaAlH4 - NASA/ADS

High energy ball milling of metal hydrides is a common way to both introduce catalysts (e.g. TiCl3) and to simultaneously increase the surface area. Both catalysis and increased surface area improve hydrogen storage capacity of the material. Nanostructuring of hydrides by depositing them into mesoporous templates (such as anodized alumina, MOFs, and SBA-15) has

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The effects of ball milling and molar ratio of LiH on the hydrogen storage properties of nanocrystalline lithium amode and lithium hydride.download → R.A.Varin. Decomposition behavior of unmilled and ball milled lithium alanate including long-term storage and moisture effects.download → R.A.Varin

Hydrogen storage properties of Mg x Fe (x: 2, 3 and 15) compounds produced by reactive ball milling

This work deals with the assessment of the thermo-kinetic properties of Mg-Fe based materials for hydrogen storage. Samples are prepared from Mg x Fe (x: 2, 3 and 15) elemental powder mixtures via low energy ball milling under hydrogen atmosphere at room temperature. The highest yield is obtained with Mg 15 Fe after 150 h of milling (90 wt% of MgH 2).

Mechanochemical synthesis of hydrogen storage materials —

A section is devoted to the direct synthesis of hydrogen storage materials by solid/gas reactions, i.e. by reactive ball milling of metallic constituents in hydrogen, diborane or ammonia atmosphere. Then, solid/solid mechano-chemical synthesis of hydrogen storage materials with a particular attention to alanates and borohydrides is surveyed.

Effect of Molybdenum on Magnesium-Based Hydrogen

Abstract: Magnesium-based hydrogen-storage materials were prepared by reactive ball-milling under hydro-gen atmosphere with molybdenum as catalyst and coal-based carbon as dispersant. The microstructure, crys-talline phase structure and hydrogen-storage properties were analyzed using TEM, XRD, DSC, etc. The re-

Structural and electrochemical properties of TiFe alloys synthesized by ball milling for hydrogen storage

Hosni B, Li X, Khaldi C, Elkedim O, Lamloumi J (2014) Structure and electrochemical hydrogen storage properties of Ti 2 Ni alloy synthesized by ball milling. J Alloys Compd 615:119–125. CAS Article Google Scholar