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Metal-decorated single-walled carbon Nanotubes for hydrogen storage at ambient conditions 

Start date:2006-07-01 

End date:2008-12-31
Project Acronym:INTAS 2005-1000005-7726 

Project status:Completed
Coordinator
Organization name:UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE
Administrative contact Address
Name:Leon LEFFERTS  FACULTY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
DRIENERLOLAAN, 5

ENSCHEDE
NEDERLAND

Region:OOST-NEDERLAND OVERIJSSEL Twente
Tel:+7-383-3306219
Fax:+7-383-3397352
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Description

Objective: The primary objectives of the proposed project are to explore innovative idea of application of metal decorated carbon single-walled nanotubes (SWNTs) for vehicle onboard hydrogen storage with the capacity reaching or exceeding 5 wt.%

at ambient conditions, to develop scientific bases of the rational design of metal decorated carbon SWNTs on microfiber support and to arrive at a fundamental understanding of their structure – hydrogen adsorption performance relationships.

The technical goal of the project is to demonstrate under realistic semi-technical conditions applicability of the developed sorbents for vehicle onboard hydrogen storage at ambient conditions to follow Directive 2003/30/EC.

The economic and social goals of the proposed project are in providing new technological knowledge on the preparation and performance of a new class of reversible hydrogen storage adsorbents which will ensure a step forward in the development of novel transportation technologies based on application of environmentally friendly hydrogen fuel.

The originality of the proposed research and technological methodologies will be in application of Atomic Layer Deposition for decoration of carbon SWNTs with metal

species and the development of the hydrogen sorbent in the form of quartz and high-temperature silica glass microfibers which will facilitate fast hydrogen adsorption/desorption performance and multicycle operation.

On project successful completion the main deliverables will be: (i) novel nanolayer catalysts of 20-200 nm thickness on microfiber quartz and high-temperature silica glass supports for the synthesis of carbon SWNTs of 1-2 nm diameter and micrometer length;

(ii) carbon SWNTs decorated with metal Ti, Sc, V, Fe, Ni, Co, Pt and Pd species by Atomic Layer Deposition of organometallic precursors including transition metal N,N’-dialkyl-2-alkyl-amidinates;

(iii) fundamental relationships between the dispersion or localisation of metal species on carbon SWNTs and their H2 adsorption performance;

(iv) novel microfiber sorbents based on carbon SWNTs decorated with metal species for hydrogen storage at ambient conditions with H2 storage capacity reaching or exceeding 5 wt.% and fast hydrogen adsorption/desorption performance and multicycle operation;

(v) recommendations and most promising directions of further increasing of hydrogen adsorption capacity of the developed microfiber sorbents based on carbon SWNTs decorated with metal species.

The proposed project addresses the needs of the European producers of fuel-cell vehicles. The production of the developed hydrogen sorption materials will need minimum scaling-up, their commercialisation strategy can be realised on a licensing scheme.

The project consortium is composed of 5 partners from 4 countries (Russia, Spain, The Netherlands and Ukraine) and integrates the experts in nanomaterials science, catalysis, surface chemistry and sorption technology. 

Achievements: 

General information:
Project Details

Start date:2006-07-01 

End date:2008-12-31 

Duration:30 months 

Project Reference:INTAS 2005-1000005-7726 

Project cost:87130 EURO 

Project Funding:127000 EURO 

Programme Acronym: INTAS 

Programme type:International Cooperation 

Subprogramme Area: 

Contract type:No contract type 

http://cordis.europa.eu/search/index.cfm?fuseaction=proj.document&PJ_RCN=9947787

Hydrogen storage in MgH2 coated single walled carbon nanotubes

• R. Kodi Pandyan, 
• S. Seenithurai, 
• M. Mahendran, 

• Smart Materials Lab, Department of Physics, Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai 625015, India
• Received 2 August 2010. Revised 23 November 2010. Accepted 23 November 2010. Available online 31 December 2010.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2010.11.091, How to Cite or Link Using DOI
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Abstract
We present a density functional theory (DFT) study on the hydrogen storage capacity of (5,5) arm-chair single walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) functionalized with magnesium hydride (MgH2).

Being lightweight and rich in hydrogen, MgH2 adsorbs H2 molecules in the vicinity of carbon nanotubes.

The H2 molecules are adsorbed dissociatively on SWCNT + MgH2 complex. The H–H distance gets increased by more than ten times of the initial bond length 0.74 Å of the H2 molecule.

The hydrogen storage capacity of three configurations namely C1MgH2, C5MgH2 and C10MgH2 is reported.

The density of states is computed for all the systems. The average binding energies of C5MgH2 and C10MgH2 when H2 molecule is adsorbed are 1.86 eV/H2 and 1.96 eV/H2, which are approximately equal.

Thus, increasing the number of MgH2 molecule does not vary the binding energy of H2 adsorption.

The corresponding temperature, in which desorption will take place, is 2285 K and 2457 K for C5MgH2 and C10MgH2 systems respectively, which are much above the room temperature.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0360319910023062

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