In this work, the possibility of creating a polymer-based adaptive scaffold for improving the hydrogen storage properties of the system 2LiH+MgB2+7.5(3TiCl3·AlCl3) was studied. Because of its chemical stability toward the hydrogen storage material, poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) or in-short TPXTM was chosen as the candidate for the scaffolding structure. The composite system was obtained after ball milling of 2LiH+MgB2+7.5(3TiCl3·AlCl3) and a solution of TPXTM in cyclohexane. The investigations carried out over the span of ten hydrogenation/de-hydrogenation cycles indicate that the material containing TPXTM possesses a higher degree of hydrogen storage stability.

Enhanced stability of Li-RHC embedded in an adaptive TPXTM polymer scaffold / Le, T. T.; Pistidda, C.; Abetz, C.; Georgopanos, P.; Garroni, S.; Capurso, G.; Milanese, C.; Puszkiel, J.; Dornheimm, M.; Abetz, V.; Klassen, T.. - In: MATERIALS. - ISSN 1996-1944. - 13:4(2020), p. 991. [10.3390/ma13040991]

Enhanced stability of Li-RHC embedded in an adaptive TPXTM polymer scaffold

Garroni S.;
2020

Abstract

In this work, the possibility of creating a polymer-based adaptive scaffold for improving the hydrogen storage properties of the system 2LiH+MgB2+7.5(3TiCl3·AlCl3) was studied. Because of its chemical stability toward the hydrogen storage material, poly(4-methyl-1-pentene) or in-short TPXTM was chosen as the candidate for the scaffolding structure. The composite system was obtained after ball milling of 2LiH+MgB2+7.5(3TiCl3·AlCl3) and a solution of TPXTM in cyclohexane. The investigations carried out over the span of ten hydrogenation/de-hydrogenation cycles indicate that the material containing TPXTM possesses a higher degree of hydrogen storage stability.
Enhanced stability of Li-RHC embedded in an adaptive TPXTM polymer scaffold / Le, T. T.; Pistidda, C.; Abetz, C.; Georgopanos, P.; Garroni, S.; Capurso, G.; Milanese, C.; Puszkiel, J.; Dornheimm, M.; Abetz, V.; Klassen, T.. - In: MATERIALS. - ISSN 1996-1944. - 13:4(2020), p. 991. [10.3390/ma13040991]
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