Combined Hydrogen Production and Storage via Reactive Ball Milling: Investigation of Carbon Structure for Hydrogen Capture
A combined hydrogen production and storage process was developed in which hydrogen was trapped within a coal-based structure, chemically modified via reactive ball milling. Low-temperature hydrogen evolution via TGA with mass spectroscopy (TG-MS), coupled with unusual Raman spectra, suggested both trapped molecular hydrogen and low-temperature dehydrogenation. The results of an investigation of the precursor coal structure in the resulting hydrogen evolution profiles were presented. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 2006 AIChE National Meeting (San Francisco, CA 11/12-17/2006).
A. Sakti et al., "Combined Hydrogen Production and Storage via Reactive Ball Milling: Investigation of Carbon Structure for Hydrogen Capture," Proceedings of the 2006 AIChE Annual Meeting (2006, San Francisco, CA), American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Nov 2006.
2006 AIChE Annual Meeting (2006: Nov. 12-17, San Francisco, CA)
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
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