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Title: Using Ball Milling for Modification of the Hydrogenation/Dehydrogenation Process in Magnesium-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials: An Overview
Authors: Lyu Jinzhe
Lider, Andrey Markovich
Kudiyarov, Victor Nikolaevich
Keywords: magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials; element substitution; additive; ball milling; водород; хранение; замена; присадки; фрезерование
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Lyu Jinzhe. Using Ball Milling for Modification of the Hydrogenation/Dehydrogenation Process in Magnesium-Based Hydrogen Storage Materials: An Overview / Lyu Jinzhe, A. M. Lider, V. N. Kudiyarov // Metals. — 2019. — Vol. 9, iss. 7. — [768, 25 p.].
Abstract: Magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials are considered to be one of the most promising solid-state hydrogen storage materials due to their large hydrogen storage capacity and low cost. However, slow hydrogen absorption/desorption rate and excessive hydrogen absorption/desorption temperature limit the application of magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials. The present paper reviews recent progress in improving the hydrogen storage properties by element substitution and additives. Ball milling is the promising technology for preparing magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials. The research and development of approaches for modifying magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials prepared by ball milling is systematically expounded. 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. In the future, the research of magnesium-based hydrogen storage materials should be developed in terms of hydrogen storage mechanism, computer design of materials and development of a more optimized catalytic system.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/57324
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