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Ti-V-C-based alloy with a FcC lattice structure for hydrogen storage
Li B.1; He L.2; Li J.1; Li H.-W.3; Lu Z.2; Shao H.1
2019-02-02
Source PublicationMolecules
ISSN14203049
Volume24Issue:3
AbstractHere we report a Ti V -10 wt.% C alloy with a unique lattice and microstructure for hydrogen storage development. Different from a traditionally synthesized Ti V alloy prepared by a melting method and having a body-centered cubic (BCC) structure, this Ti V -C alloy synthesized by a mechanical alloying method is with a face-centered cubic (FCC) structure (space group: Fm-3m No. 225). The crystalline size is 60 nm. This alloy may directly absorb hydrogen near room temperature without any activation process. Mechanisms of the good kinetics from lattice and microstructure aspects were discussed. Findings reported here may indicate a new possibility in the development of future hydrogen storage materials.
KeywordCrystal structure Hydrogen absorbing materials Mechanical alloying Metals and alloys
DOI10.3390/molecules24030552
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionUniversity of Macau
Affiliation1.Universidade de Macau
2.Southern University of Science and Technology
3.Kyushu University
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Li B.,He L.,Li J.,et al. Ti-V-C-based alloy with a FcC lattice structure for hydrogen storage[J]. Molecules,2019,24(3).
APA Li B.,He L.,Li J.,Li H.-W.,Lu Z.,&Shao H..(2019).Ti-V-C-based alloy with a FcC lattice structure for hydrogen storage.Molecules,24(3).
MLA Li B.,et al."Ti-V-C-based alloy with a FcC lattice structure for hydrogen storage".Molecules 24.3(2019).
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