In-Operando Neutron Diffraction Studies of Transition Metal Hydrogen Storage Materials
|Abstract||We thank ISIS for the time on GEM, Winfried Kockelmann for his assistance during data collection, the ISIS Sample Environment Section, and in particular Mark Kibble, for their help in facilitating the experiment, and Mr. Katsuhiko Hirose, Prof. Peter Edwards and Dr. Andrew Taylor for their support. © 2013 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH and Co.|
|Author||Kamazawa, K; Aoki, M; Noritake, T; et al|
|Key phrase||alloys hydrogen storage structure-property relationships|
Storing and releasing hydrogen with a redox switch.
|Author||Brayshaw, SK; Green, JC; Hazari, N; et al|
|Key phrase||cluster compounds density functional calculations electrochemistry hydrogen storage|
The monoammoniate of lithium borohydride, Li(NH3)BH4: an effective ammonia storage compound.
|Abstract||Lithium borohydride absorbs anhydrous ammonia to form four stable ammoniates; Li(NH(3))(n)BH(4), mono-, di-, tri-, and tertraammoniate. This paper focuses on the monoammoniate, Li(NH(3))BH(4), which is readily formed on exposure of LiBH(4) to ammonia at room temperature and pressure. Ammonia loss from Li(NH(3))BH(4) commences around 40 degrees C and the compound transforms directly to LiBH(4). The crystal structure of Li(NH(3))BH(4) is reported h ... [truncated at 450 characters in length]|
|Author||Johnson, SR; David, WI; Royse, DM; et al|
|Key phrase||ammonia hydrogen storage lithium borohydride thermochemistry X-ray diffraction|
Variable temperature neutron diffraction studies of single crystals of LiND2
|Author||Isobe, S; Ohnuki, S; David, WIF; et al|
|Key phrase||Hydrogen storage Lithium amide Single crystal Neutron diffraction|
Tuning the decomposition temperature in complex hydrides: synthesis of a mixed alkali metal borohydride.
|Author||Nickels, EA; Jones, MO; David, WI; et al|
|Key phrase||alkali metals borohydrides hydrogen storage solid-state reactions X-ray diffraction|