R. Ebrahim, A. Zomorrodian, N. Attia, K. Geckeler, A. Ignatiev
Hydrogen adsorption in porous nanostructured polyaniline (PANI) has been investigated to determine its potential as a hydrogen storage media. Residual gas analysis and thermogravimetric analysis were used to investigate the cyclical hydrogen adsorption in PANI. A hydrogen storage capacity of up to 3 wt % was obtained by charging the polymers at up to 3.0 × 106 Pa hydrogen at elevated temperature. Multiple charge and discharge cycles have been shown, with good retention beyond 106 sec.
Diff selection: Mark the radio boxes of the revisions to compare and hit enter or the button at the bottom.
Legend: (cur) = difference with latest revision, (prev) = difference with preceding revision, m = minor edit.
Published on 01/06/17Submitted on 01/06/17
Views 4Recommendations 0
Are you one of the authors of this document?