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|Title:||Investigation on the properties of the mixture consisting of Mg(NH 2)2, LiH, and LiBH4 as hydrogen storage material||Authors:||Hu, J.
|Issue Date:||25-Nov-2008||Citation:||Hu, J., Fichtner, M., Chen, P. (2008-11-25). Investigation on the properties of the mixture consisting of Mg(NH 2)2, LiH, and LiBH4 as hydrogen storage material. Chemistry of Materials 20 (22) : 7089-7094. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/cm802129b||Abstract:||A maximum hydrogen amount of 9.1 wt % was obtained at 300 °C from the 1Mg(NH2)2-2LiH-0.67LiBH4 system. Various analyses and thermodynamic calculations revealed that the MgH2 and LiNH2 can be readily converted to Mg(NH2)2 and LiH at 120 °C in the presence of LiBH4. A comparison between the sample 1Mg(NH2)2-2LiH-1LiBH4 and the ternary mixture 1MgH2-2LiNH2-1LiBH4 indicated that both samples behave very similarly in hydrogen desorption, thermal effects, and chemical changes during dehydrogenation. © 2008 American Chemical Society.||Source Title:||Chemistry of Materials||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/94090||ISSN:||08974756||DOI:||10.1021/cm802129b|
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