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Carbon Nanomaterials in Clean Energy Hydrogen Systems - II

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Hydrogen is one of the most important as well as the most ecologically pure power sources of energy. The energetic sources allowing hydrogen production in industrial quantities are presented in this book, and the technologies of their synthesis are considered.

This book presents selected contributions to the NATO Advanced Research Workshop "Carbon Nanomaterials in Clean Energy Hydrogen Systems" held in June 2010. These original papers reflect recent progress in response to the modern-day requirements in chemistry of carbon nanomaterials and metal-hydrogen systems. Successor to the 2008 proceedings, this second volume focuses on research and application studies of materials capable of interacting actively with hydrogen, also addressing questions of hydrogen accumulation and storage. As a whole, it provides a review of the most relevant areas of hydrogen materials interactions and carbon nanomaterials science, making it invaluable for all researchers, physicists, chemists, post-graduates and young scientists interested in the structure, properties and applications of different nanocarbon materials.

,O), Red Molecular Crystals of Closed Nitrogen-Oxygen Molecules (CNOH) and Red Carbon; A. Kharlamov et al.- Source of Ultraviolet Radiation with Field-Emission Cathode Made of Nanostructured Carbon Material; I.V. Ehmenina et al.- Hydrogen Desorption Temperature and its Storage in Cylindrical and Plane Graphene-Based Carbon Nanostructures. A Comparative Analysis with Nanocrystallites-Based Carbon Nanostructures; A.P. Soldatov, O.P. Parenago.- Temperature Ferroelastic Phase Transition in Hydroxyapatite Ca (PO)OH. Solubility of Hydroxyl. Hysteresis Effect. Elastic Compliance and Modulus of Elasticity. Configuration Heat Capacity.- Z.A. Matysina et al.- The Theory of Phase Transformations and Heat Capacity in Crystals of Fluorofullerenes; S.Yu. Zaginaichenko et al.- Heat Stability of Me-C Nanocomposites; E.I. Golovko et al.- [C] Fullerenes: Enumeration of Isomer Substitutions in Terms of Apical, Edge and Face Differentiation; V.M. Smolyakov et al.- Carboranes and Boranes: Enumeration of Isomer Substitutes and Property Calculation Schemes on the Basis of Pascal Triangle; V.M. Smolyakov et al.- Thermodynamic Properties and Phase Equilibriums in Ternary Alloys of the Al-C-3D-Metal Systems; N.E. Vovkotrub et al.- The Agreement Phenomenon of the Component Analysis with Dimensions of the Graphenic-Like Carbon and Boron Nitride Nanosized Particles; V.V. Garbuz et al.- Utilizing the Waste Heat of SOFC by Newly Developed Cogeneration System; B. Ibrahimoglu, S. Fettah.- NMR Investigations of Hydrogen Intercalates in GaSe Layered Crystals; Yu.E. Zhirko et al.- Nanomaterials as a New Eco-Threat: Chemical and Nanotoxicological Peculiarities; A.I. Kharlamov, A.V. Skripnichenko.- The Structural Properties of the sp¹-Carbon Based Materials: Linear Carbon Chains, Carbyne Crystals and a New Carbon Material Two Dimensional Ordered Linear-Chain Carbon; J.G. Korobova et al.- Internal Stresses and Hydrogen Permeability of Hollow Cylinder; N.M. Vlasov.- The Platinum Catalyst for Micro Fuell Cells on the Basis of Silicon; V. Starkov, A. Teterskiy.- Studies of Hydrogen Sorption on Mesoporous Carbon Composite Modified with Adsorbed Palladium; G.M. Telbiz et al.- Thermodynamic Properties and Phase Equilibriums in Ternary Alloys of the Al-C-Si(Ge, Sn, Pb) Systems; I.V. Mateyko et al.- Increase of Solubility of Hydrogen in Electrolytic Alloys Ni-B; A.V. Zvjagintseva, J.N. Shalinov.- Laws of Diffusion of Hydrogen in Electrolytic Alloys on the Basis of Nickel; A.V. Zvjagintseva, J.N. Shalimov.


Titel: Carbon Nanomaterials in Clean Energy Hydrogen Systems - II
EAN: 9789400709010
ISBN: 9400709013
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Genre: Maschinenbau
Anzahl Seiten: 539
Gewicht: 829g
Größe: H239mm x B156mm x T33mm
Veröffentlichung: 01.05.2011
Jahr: 2011
Auflage: Edition



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