B1-mobilstor: Materials for sustainable energy storage techniques - Lithium containing compounds for hydrogen and electrochemical energy storage
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© 2014 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim. New material concepts for hydrogen storage and lithium ion batteries are investigated in the joint ECEMP project B1 - Mobilstor. Chemical composition are essential for the performance of a storage material. A certain state of material can be effectively analyzed by in situ methods to obtain a maximum of information. For hydrogen storage the LiNH2MgH2system and as lithium ion batteryanode the Ge(cF136) allotrop are highlighted under this issue.
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