Investigation of Hydrogen Storage Metallic Materials

A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 October 2024 | Viewed by 287

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School of Materials Science & Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW 2052, Australia
Interests: energy-materials; hydrogen storage and metal matrix composites (MMCs)
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Fuel Cell Institute, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600, UKM Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia
Interests: advanced energy materials; process system engineering related to biomass, fuel cell and hydrogen technologies; hydrogen storage; carbon nanotubes; materials for energy; hydrogen; energy materials; chemistry catalyst

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Hydrogen has gained significant attention as a potential sustainable energy carrier due to its ability to produce energy through fuel cells, combustion engines, and other processes without generating harmful emissions. However, the widespread use of hydrogen as an energy carrier is currently limited by the lack of efficient and cost-effective storage methods. Metallic materials have been proposed as one of the most promising hydrogen storage materials due to their high gravimetric and volumetric hydrogen storage capacities. Despite significant progress in this field, challenges such as sluggish kinetics, poor reversibility, and high costs remain.This Special Issue aims to present the latest advances in the investigation of metallic materials for hydrogen storage. 

The scope of this Special Issue includes, but is not limited to, the recent advances in the science and technology of (i) metallic compounds (i.e., metal hydrides), (ii) complex metallic hydrides (i.e., borohydrides, amines and imides) and (iii) metallic catalysts for liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC). This Special Issue provides a platform for researchers to share their latest findings and insights on metallic materials for hydrogen storage. The contributions to this Special Issue are expected to advance our understanding of the fundamental principles governing the hydrogen storage properties of metallic materials and accelerate the development of efficient and cost-effective hydrogen storage technologies. We invite researchers in the field to submit their work to this Special Issue and we look forward to a fruitful exchange of knowledge and ideas.

Dr. Sammy Chan
Dr. Kean Long Lim
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • hydrogen storage alloys
  • intermetallic compounds
  • catalytic hydrogenation/dehydrogenation
  • complex metallic hydrides
  • hydrogen carrier

Published Papers

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