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Metal hydrides, 1984

International Symposium on the Properties and Applications of Metal Hydrides (4th 1984 Eilat, Israel)

Metal hydrides, 1984

proceedings of the International Symposium on the Properties and Applications of Metal Hydrides IV, Eilat, Israel, April 9-13, 1984

by International Symposium on the Properties and Applications of Metal Hydrides (4th 1984 Eilat, Israel)

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Published by Elsevier Sequoia in Lausanne, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Metal hydrides -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditors, M. Ron ... [et al.].
    ContributionsRon, M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD181.H1 I57 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3024162M
    ISBN 100444750274, 0444750282
    LC Control Number85004470

      Metal hydrides are metals which have been bonded to hydrogen to form a new compound. Generally, the bond is covalent in nature, but some hydrides are formed from ionic bonds. Most hydrides behave as reducing agents in chemical reactions. Nickel me. Dimensionally stable granules containing metal hydrides are needed for applications such as hydrogen separation and hydrogen purification that require columns containing metal hydrides. Gases must readily flow through the metal hydride beds in the columns. Metal hydrides reversibly absorb and desorb hydrogen and hydrogen isotopes.

    Abstract. The energy shock of the seventies and, more recently, cold fusion spurred interest in metal hydrides. Because of their ability to store large quantities of hydrogen, they have been considered for a variety of energy-conversion applications. 1,2 Although some applications have not been realized on a large scale, and some not at all, several companies are aggressively Cited by: Addition compounds of alkali-metal hydrides. Rapid reaction of boronic esters and acids with lithium aluminum hydride. A novel and quantitative synthesis of lithium monoorganylborohydrides Book Reviews. Organometallics

    Electrochromic materials can change their properties under the influence of an electrical voltage or current. Different classes of materials show this behavior such as transition metal oxides, conjugated polymers, metal-coordinated complexes and organic molecules. As the color change is persistent, the electric field needs only to be applied to initiate the switching, allowing for . @article{osti_, title = {NMR studies of electronic structure and hydrogen diffusion in transition metal hydrides}, author = {Bowman, Jr, R C}, abstractNote = {Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy has had extensive applications for the characterizations of numerous metal-hydrogen systems. Although the greatest emphasis of proton NMR has been to .


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The use of metal hydrides in the control of neutron energies is discussed, as are many other immediate or potential uses, e.g., in the production of high-purity hydrogen and in powder metallurgy.

It is hoped that this book will serve as a valuable reference to students, research professors, and industrial researchers in metal hydrides and in Book Edition: 1. Metal Hydrides (Nato Science Series B:) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984 book Edition by Gust Bambakidis (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Format: Paperback. Young, in Reference Module in Chemistry, Molecular Sciences and Chemical Engineering, Abstract.

Metal hydrides are a class of materials containing metal or metalloid bonded to hydrogen. The fundamental properties and applications for metal hydrides are summarized in this article. Metal hydrides are classified by the nature of the chemical bond (ionic, metallic, or.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Metallic hydrides.: Pages in category "Metal hydrides" The following 69 pages are in this category, out 1984 book 69 total.

Transition metal hydrides are chemical compounds containing a transition metal bonded to transition metals form hydride complexes and some are significant in various catalytic and synthetic reactions. The term "hydride" is used loosely: some so-called hydrides are acidic (e.g., H 2 Fe(CO) 4), whereas some others are hydridic, having H −-like character (e.g.

In chemistry, a hydride is the anion of hydrogen, H −, or more commonly it is a compound in which one or more hydrogen centres have nucleophilic, reducing, or basic compounds that are regarded as hydrides, the hydrogen atom is bonded to a more electropositive element or groups. Compounds containing hydrogen bonded to metals or metalloids may also.

Metal hydrides, which can be charged and discharged reversibly, are metallic alloys (see Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Basic Properties (1); and Hydrogen–Metal Systems: Basic Properties (2)).Hydrogen reacts at elevated temperatures with many transition metals and their alloys to form hydrides.

Metal hydrides can absorb large amount of hydrogen at a constant pressure. An introduction to dihydrogen complexes. Part of an organometallic hypertext. General Information. Dihydrogen complexes are transition metal species in which a molecule of molecular hydrogen acts as a two electron sigma donor to the metal center.

In this context, the complex is an arrested intermediate in the oxidative addition of dihydrogen to form a metal dihydride. However, several books, all with the title Transition Metal Hydrides, have been published whose chapters allow one to track the growth of this subject since it first attracted widespread attention in the book edited by Muetterties () emphasized the synthesis and stereochemistry of hydride complexes.

The volume edited by Bau (Advances in Chemistry #, ) Cited by:   ¿ Metal hydrides ¿ Complex hydrides ¿ Amides, imides, and mixtures ¿ Tailoring Reaction Enthalpies ¿ Borazan ¿ Aluminum hydride ¿ Nanoparticles A one-stop reference on all questions concerning hydrogen storage for physical and solid state chemists, materials scientists, chemical engineers, and physicists.

Abstract. This chapter discusses about metal hydride technologies for on-board reversible hydrogen storage applications. The metal hydrides such as intermetallic alloys and solid solutions have interstitial vacancies where atomic hydrogen is absorbed via an exothermic reaction; however, by endothermic path, the metal hydride desorbs the hydrogen reversibly at Cited by: 6.

As with metal hydrides, the desorption reaction in this series of compounds can be endothermic upon hydrogen release. With the pursuit of higher gravimetric and volumetric hydrogen density materials, the use of complex hydrides that consist of low Z cations offers possibilities for use given a complete dehydrogenation of the stoichiometric hydride.

Metal Hydride Storage Thermodynamics. Associated with absorption or desorption of hydrogen by a metal hydride is a substantial heat which must be rejected or supplied, respectively. The amount of energy is about 30 W per gram mole of hydrogen. Different metal hydrides exhibit heats of hydriding above or below this number,File Size: 1MB.

Hi, based on my experience, for transition metal hydrides with enthalpy of absorption about 30kJ/mol H2, water as a coolant worked well in keeping the temperature constant during exothermic. COVID Resources.

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Metal Hydride: Metal hydrides are metals which have been bonded to hydrogen to form a new compound. Any hydrogen compound that is bonded to another metal element can effectively known as metal hydride.

Generally, the bond is covalent in nature, b. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

The hydrides of groups 13 and 14 are more covalent than ionic. But they have the same name, except boron hydride which is named as H + nometal compound.

How are they named. The name is formed by two words. The first word is the name of the metal. The second word is the root of hydrogen plus the suffix "–ide" METAL hydride.

If we know the formula. Human-Centered Metal Hydride Actuator Systems for Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology: /ch Metal hydride materials can store a huge amount of hydrogen and can convert energy due to enthalpy change through a hydride reaction. Artificial actuationCited by: 2.

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:.

Metal hydrides have been widely investigated over the years, with significant interest developing in the s. The majority of research activities prior to are reported in Metal Hydrides, a book by Mueller, Blackledge, and Libowitz.6 More recent work is covered in several good reviews by Schlapbach, 7 Sandrock, 8 Yvon, 9 Fukai, 10 Walker, 11 and others.Heavy Metal - July Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Manufacturer: HM Communications. Paul M. S. Monk received his PhD in the electrochemistry of novel electrochromic viologen species at Exeter University in A postdoctoral research fellow position () at the University of Aberdeen, in Scotland, was followed by lecturing positions in Physical Chemistry at Manchester Polytechnic () then Manchester Metropolitan University ().