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Scientists got one step closer to solving a major problem of hydrogen energy

Metallic glass has the potential to replace palladium

01-Oct-2020

A team of scientists from Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) together with their colleagues from Austria, Turkey, Slovakia, Russia (MISIS, MSU), and the UK found a way to hydrogenate thin metallic glass layers at room temperature. This technology can considerably expand the range of cheap, ...

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Crystals that clean natural gas

31-Oct-2018

Removing the troublesome impurities of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and carbon dioxide (CO2) from natural gas could become simpler and more effective using a metal-organic framework (MOF) developed at KAUST. Upgrading natural gas in this way could help Saudi Arabia to make greater and cleaner use of ...

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A highly porous material, more precious than diamonds

04-Oct-2018

Porosity is the key to high-performance materials for energy storage systems, environmental technologies or catalysts: The more porous a solid state material is, the more liquids and gases it is able to store. However, a multitude of pores destabilizes the material. In search of the stability ...

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A computational method for designing a new type of 2D carbons

16-Aug-2018

Zeolites are porous minerals that occur both naturally but also are being synthesized artificially. Because of their stability and durability, they are used in industrial water purification, catalysis, adsorption, and even in blood-clotting powders (e.g. QuickClot used by the US military). A ...

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Liquid battery could lead to flexible energy storage

15-Aug-2018

A new type of energy storage system could revolutionise energy storage and drop the charging time of electric cars from hours to seconds. In a new paper, chemists from the University of Glasgow discuss how they developed a flow battery system using a nano-molecule that can store electric power ...

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On the pathway to novel hydrogen storage materials

26-Jul-2018

Scientists at the Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht and their European partners have developed a new chemical system for storing solid hydrogen. The special combination of hydrides allows overcoming some of the most serious drawbacks associated to the use of this class of materials. This represents a ...

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Why gold-palladium alloys are better than palladium for hydrogen storage

11-Jul-2018

Materials that absorb hydrogen are used for hydrogen storage and purification, thus serving as clean energy carriers. The best-known hydrogen absorber, palladium (Pd), can be improved by alloying with gold (Au). New research led by The University of Tokyo Institute of Industrial Science explains ...

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New carbon could signal step-change for the world's most popular batteries

27-Jun-2018

Scientists have created a new type of carbon that could make the batteries in our phones, tablet computers and laptops safer, more powerful, quicker to charge and longer lasting. An international team of researchers, led by Lancaster University and Jilin University in China, have announced the ...

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Molecular prison forces diatomic inmates to cell floor

29-Mar-2018

Washington, DC--A team of scientists including Carnegie's Tim Strobel and Venkata Bhadram now report unexpected quantum behavior of hydrogen molecules, H2 , trapped within tiny cages made of organic molecules, demonstrating that the structure of the cage influences the behavior of the molecule ...

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New, simplified technique makes light metallic nanofoam

06-Nov-2017

A simple method for manufacturing extremely low-density palladium nanofoams could help advance hydrogen storage technologies, reports a new study from the University of California, Davis. A nanofoam is what it sounds like -- a foamy version of some material, filled with very small pores. First ...

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