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Special Issue "Hydrogen Storage Materials"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2015).
Prof. Dr. Umit B. Demirci Website E-Mail
IEM (Institut Europeen des Membranes), UMR 5635 (CNRS-ENSCM-UM2), Universite Montpellier 2, Place E. Bataillon, F-34095, Montpellier, France
Interests: Boranes; Boron- and nitrogen-based materials; Chemical hydrogen storage; Hydrolytic and thermolytic dehydrogenation; Heterogeneous (metal) catalysis
Over the past decade, the field of hydrogen storage has been significantly “energized” through the emergence of hydrogen storage materials. Under societal, economic and environmental pressure, scientists all over the world have shown dynamism, creativity and innovation and have “discovered” a large number of storage solutions, namely of hydrogen storage materials.
We all agree that one of the key issues hindering the development of a near-future hydrogen economy is hydrogen storage... We all agree that the efforts dedicated to address this issue are commensurate with its importance... Actually, we all agree on these because our common ultimate objective is to propose and develop viable solutions for many technological applications, from stationary to niche ones, via vehicular, mobile and portable.
In this context, the main focus of the forthcoming “hydrogen storage materials” special issue is to present a comprehensive overview of the new developments in the field. Recent advances in the science and technology of (i) the materials enabling physical adsorption of molecular hydrogen (i.e. sorbents for [cryo-]adsorption) and (ii) the materials for liquid-/solid-state chemical hydrogen storage (i.e. hydrides, amine-boranes, amides/imides, hydrocarbons/organic heterocycles, hydrous hydrazine, etc.) will be addressed.
It is my pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript for this special issue. Full papers, communications, and reviews are all welcome.
Umit B. DEMIRCI
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- hydrogen storage material
- physical storage
- sorbent for cryo-adsorption
- chemical storage
- hydrous hydrazine
- hydrogen carrier
- organic heterocycles