Magnetic measurements as a sensitive tool for studying dehydrogenation processes in hydrogen storage materials

Enric Menéndez, Sebastiano Garroni, Alberto López-Ortega, Marta Estrader, MacIej O. Liedke, Jürgen Fassbender, Pau Solsona, Santiago Suriñach, Maria D. Baró, Josep Nogués

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Abstract

Magnetic characterization is shown to be a highly effective, nondestructive, and commonly available method to accurately assess dehydrogenation temperatures and further clarify the reaction mechanisms during dehydrogenation in systems with superconducting or ferromagnetic constituents. As examples, the dehydrogenation temperature of NaBH4 in a nanostructured NaBH4/MgH2 system and the dehydrogenation process of nanostructured Mg2CoH5, based on the superconducting and ferromagnetic properties of MgB2 and Co, respectively, are determined. © 2010 American Chemical Society.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)16818-16822
JournalJournal of Physical Chemistry C
Volume114
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Oct 2010

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