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Title: DEVELOPMENT OF UNDER-COORDINATED METAL ORGANIC POLYMERIC MATERIALS FOR HIGH CAPACITY HYDROGEN PHYSISORPTION
Authors: KAPIL PAREEK
Keywords: Hydrogen storage, physisorption, gas storage, energy storage materials
Issue Date: 10-Jan-2014
Citation: KAPIL PAREEK (2014-01-10). DEVELOPMENT OF UNDER-COORDINATED METAL ORGANIC POLYMERIC MATERIALS FOR HIGH CAPACITY HYDROGEN PHYSISORPTION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Hydrogen has been widely recognized as one of the most efficient and clean energy carriers with water as the only by-product when used in energy converting devices. Hydrogen storage is one of the key technologies for the hydrogen economy. Storage of hydrogen at near ambient temperature for on-board automotive application is a major challenge in contemporary materials science. In this study, we synthesized novel porous organic materials with highly exposed cationic sites that give rise to a strong interaction with hydrogen to enable significant hydrogen storage via physisorption at 298K. Hydrogen storage in these materials is realized using mature PSA technology. The results of this study should have significant impact on contemporary hydrogen storage technology by providing alternative solution for on-board hydrogen storage.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/79262
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