Mg nanoparticles with metal-oxide core-shell morphology were synthesized by inert-gas condensation and decorated by in-situ deposition of transition metals: Pd, Ni, Ti. The effects of nanoparticle size on the hydrogen sorption kinetics and the specific action of the different catalysts are presented and discussed in connection with structural and functional analysis.

Hydrogen Sorption in Magnesium Nanoparticles: Size- and Surface-Related Phenomena

PASQUINI, LUCA;CALLINI, ELSA;BONETTI, ENNIO
2010

Abstract

Mg nanoparticles with metal-oxide core-shell morphology were synthesized by inert-gas condensation and decorated by in-situ deposition of transition metals: Pd, Ni, Ti. The effects of nanoparticle size on the hydrogen sorption kinetics and the specific action of the different catalysts are presented and discussed in connection with structural and functional analysis.
Hydrogen Storage Materials
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L. Pasquini; E. Callini; E. Piscopiello; A. Montone; T.R. Jensen; M. Vittori Antisari; E. Bonetti
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