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Gold Nanoparticles - Reaching New Heights [Working Title]
Hydride forming materials, i.e., binary, complex hydrides, and their mixtures, have been extensively investigated owing to their potential hydrogen storage properties. They possess high volumetric hydrogen capacity and relative high gravimetric hydrogen capacity. However, one of the main constraints for their practical application is their slow kinetic behavior. For this reason, enormous effort has been devoted to improve the hydrogenation and dehydrogenation rates. Several strategies have beendoi:10.5772/intechopen.82433 fatcat:rbtsjnynffgv7fmygdtx2oz5vu