The solid-state chemistry of binary metal hydrides

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Statement[by] George G. Libowitz.
SeriesThe Physical inorganic chemistry series
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LC ClassificationsQD181.H1 L55
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Paginationxi, 139 p.
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Here, Me is a metal, a solid solution, or an intermetallic compound, MeH x is the respective hydride and x the ratio of hydrogen to metal, x=c H [H/Me], Q the heat of reaction. Since the entropy of the hydride is lowered in comparison to the metal and the gaseous hydrogen phase, at ambient and elevated temperatures the hydride formation is exothermic and the reverse Cited by: Solid State Synthesis • Different from traditional areas of chemistry • No precise level of synthetic control or fundamental understanding of mechanism or even properties • Towards “rational design” • Dry high pressure • Thin films: Physical: sputtering, evaporation Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition Molecular Beam Epitaxy.Metal hydrides are of significant interest for both, hydrogen storage, and electrochemical energy storage as solid state ion conductors and anode conversion materials.

They exhibit superior hydrogen and electrochemical energy storage capacities as well as high ionic conductivities at ambient