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High-Pressure Raman and Calorimetry Studies of Vanadium(III) Alkyl Hydrides for Kubas-Type Hydrogen Storage

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High-Pressure Raman and Calorimetry Studies of Vanadium(III) Alkyl Hydrides for Kubas-Type Hydrogen Storage. / Morris, Leah; Trudeau, Michel L.; Reed, Daniel; Brook, David; Antonelli, David.

In: ChemPhysChem, Vol. 17, No. 6, 16.03.2016, p. 822-828.

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Morris, Leah ; Trudeau, Michel L. ; Reed, Daniel ; Brook, David ; Antonelli, David. / High-Pressure Raman and Calorimetry Studies of Vanadium(III) Alkyl Hydrides for Kubas-Type Hydrogen Storage. In: ChemPhysChem. 2016 ; Vol. 17, No. 6. pp. 822-828.

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abstract = "Reversible hydrogen storage under ambient conditions has been identified as a major bottleneck in enabling a future hydrogen economy. Herein, we report an amorphous vanadium(III) alkyl hydride gel that binds hydrogen through the Kubas interaction. The material possesses a gravimetric adsorption capacity of 5.42 wt % H2 at 120 bar and 298 K reversibly at saturation with no loss of capacity after ten cycles. This corresponds to a volumetric capacity of 75.4 kgH2 m−3. Raman experiments at 100 bar confirm that Kubas binding is involved in the adsorption mechanism. The material possesses an enthalpy of H2 adsorption of +0.52 kJ mol−1 H2, as measured directly by calorimetry, and this is practical for use in a vehicles without a complex heat management system.",
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