Hydrogen - A sustainable energy carrier
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© 2017 Chinese Materials Research Society Hydrogen may play a key role in a future sustainable energy system as a carrier of renewable energy to replace hydrocarbons. This review describes the fundamental physical and chemical properties of hydrogen and basic theories of hydrogen sorption reactions, followed by the emphasis on state-of-the-art of the hydrogen storage properties of selected interstitial metallic hydrides and magnesium hydride, especially for stationary energy storage related utilizations. Finally, new perspectives for utilization of metal hydrides in other applications will be reviewed.
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Kowalczyk, Poitr; Tanaka, H.; Holyst, R.; Kaneko, K.; Ohmori, T.; Miyamoto, J. (2005)Grand canonical Monte Carlo (GCMC) simulations were used for the modeling of the hydrogen adsorption in idealized graphite slitlike pores. In all simulations, quantum effects were included through the Feynman and Hibbs ...
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Thermodynamics of Hydrogen Adsorption in Slit-like Carbon Nanopores at 77 K. Classical versus Path-Integral Monte Carlo SimulationsKowalczyk, Piotr; Gauden, P.; Terzyk, A.; Bhatia, S. (2007)Hydrogen in slit-like carbon nanopores at 77 K represents a quantum fluid in strong confinement. We have used path-integral grand canonical Monte Carlo and classical grand canonical Monte Carlo simulations for the ...