Catalysis and Downsizing in Mg-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials
AbstractMagnesium (Mg)-based materials are promising candidates for hydrogen storage due to the low cost, high hydrogen storage capacity and abundant resources of magnesium for the realization of a hydrogen society. However, the sluggish kinetics and strong stability of the metal-hydrogen bonding of Mg-based materials hinder their application, especially for onboard storage. Many researchers are devoted to overcoming these challenges by numerous methods. Here, this review summarizes some advances in the development of Mg-based hydrogen storage materials related to downsizing and catalysis. In particular, the focus is on how downsizing and catalysts affect the hydrogen storage capacity, kinetics and thermodynamics of Mg-based hydrogen storage materials. Finally, the future development and applications of Mg-based hydrogen storage materials is discussed. View Full-Text
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Li, J.; Li, B.; Shao, H.; Li, W.; Lin, H. Catalysis and Downsizing in Mg-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials. Catalysts 2018, 8, 89.
Li J, Li B, Shao H, Li W, Lin H. Catalysis and Downsizing in Mg-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials. Catalysts. 2018; 8(2):89.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Jianding; Li, Bo; Shao, Huaiyu; Li, Wei; Lin, Huaijun. 2018. "Catalysis and Downsizing in Mg-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials." Catalysts 8, no. 2: 89.
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