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Subject Area物理化学
Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Complex Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage
Chen P(陈萍)
Conference NameNano-and Surface Science approaches to production and storage of hydrogen
Conference Date2010-11-14
2010-11-14
Conference Place荷兰
Pages0/2
Department一室九室
Funding OrganizationLeiden University
AbstractHydrogen Storage is one of the pending and challenging technical barriers in the implementation of hydrogen energy.1.2 Amide-hydride and ammonia borane are the two systems attracting considerable attention. It has been demonstrated that 5.5 wt.% or 6.7 wt.% of hydrogen can be reversibly or irreversiblly stored in magnesium amide-lithium hydride and ammonia borane systems, respectively.3.4 However, relatively high operating temperatures due to kinetic barriers place serious restriction onto the application of those substances. Conventional transition metals have little catalytic effect on the dehydrogenation of the amide-hydride complexes. Interestingly, K works well for Mg(NH2)2-LiH systems.5 For the decomposition of ammonia borane, the dissociation of B-H bond is the first step to be involved, where transition metal borides can effectively enhance the dehydrogenation rate6. The details of the kinetic improvement and the identification of reactive species will be presented.
Language中文
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://cas-ir.dicp.ac.cn/handle/321008/114390
Collection中国科学院大连化学物理研究所
Corresponding AuthorChen P(陈萍)
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Chen P. Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Complex Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage[C],2010:0/2.
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