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with two transition metals (TM) such as Ti. The resulting TM-ethylene complex then absorbs up to ten hydrogen molecules, reaching to gravimetric storage capacity of ~ 14 wt%. Dimerization, polymerizations, and incorporation of the TM-ethylene complexes in nanoporous carbon materials are also discussed. Our results are quite remarkable and open a new approach to high-capacity hydrogen-storage materials discovery.
Durgun, E., Ciraci, S., Zhou, W., & Yildirim, T. (2006). Transition-Metal-Ethylene Complexes as High-Capacity Hydrogen-Storage Media. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/mse_papers/206
Date Posted: 07 July 2011
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