Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 12:30 PM-3:00 PM
Union Square 14 (Hilton San Francisco)
#236 - Hydrogen Storage (01A11)
Since extended activities are in progress to make hydrogen as the major fuel in the near-future “Hydrogen Society” in, for instance, the automotive sector, many research efforts are focused on the development of adequate hydrogen storage materials. Besides storage methods like liquefied and compressed hydrogen, many alternatives as metal hydrides, carbon nanotubes, metal-organic frameworks, hydrogen clathrate hydrates, etc. are subject of extended research. This session solicits for contributions that consider any novel aspect of any type of hydrogen storage material.
Chair:Cor J. Peters
CoChair:Lev Gelb
12:30 PMFirst Principles Investigation of Adsorption and Dissociation of Hydrogen on the Mg2si Surface
Bing Dai, David S. Sholl, Karl Johnson
12:48 PMMolecular Modeling to Improve Hydrogen Adsorption in Metal-Organic Frameworks
Houston Frost, Randall Q. Snurr
1:07 PMDopant and Vacancy Effects on Hydrogen Adsorption/Desorption by Aluminum-Based Complex Hydrides
Phani G.K. Dathara, William C. Harrison, Dominic J. Andrews, Daniela S. Mainardi
1:26 PMHydrogen Absorption/Desorption Study over LI-B-N-H Quaternary System
Jizhong Luo, ZiYi Zhong, YookSi Loo, James Highfield, Luwei Chen, Jianyi Lin
1:45 PMReaction Pathways in the Gas/Solid Hydrolysis of Chemical Hydrides as a Novel Approach to Hydrogen Storage and Generation
Eyma Y. Marrero-Alfonso, Joshua R. Gray, Amy M. Beaird, Thomas A. Davis, Michael A. Matthews
2:04 PMThe Role of Carbon in the Hydrogen Storage Kinetics of Lithium Metal Hydrides
Mohammed M. Ghouri, Daniela S. Mainardi
2:22 PMPrediction of Hydrogen Hydrates Equilibria under an Organic Compound
Prasad Yedlapalli, Sangyong Lee, Jae W. Lee
2:41 PMThe Use of Certain Promoters to Store Hydrogen in Low-Pressure Clathrate Hydrates
L.aura J. Rovetto, Ali Shariati, Joop Schoonman, Cor J. Peters

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