Microporous metal organic frameworks and their hydrogen adsorption properties

Princy A. Varughese, Milton Smith, Edward Bittner, Bradley C. Bockrath, Jing Li

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Abstract

Fuel cells are envisioned as the more efficient way to power automobiles in the future. Hydrogen gas is being sought as an ideal fuel. However, the low density of hydrogen molecules makes efficient hydrogen storage a challenge. At present, the target value for hydrogen storage by the DOE is set at 6.5 wt % for a realistic hydrogen commercialization. Recent efforts to store hydrogen were made using compressed gas tanks, porous sorbents and metal hydrides, to name a few, but none is able to meet the DOE cost and performance targets. Recently, a new series of porous materials termed Microporous Metal Organic Materials (MMOM) are found to be promising for hydrogen storage. Several new MMOM and their hydrogen adsorption properties are presented. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 228th ACS National Meeting (Philadelphia, PA, 8/22-26/2004).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts
Volume228
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventAbstracts of Papers - 228th ACS National Meeting - Philadelphia, PA, United States
Duration: Aug 22 2004Aug 26 2004

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OtherAbstracts of Papers - 228th ACS National Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityPhiladelphia, PA
Period8/22/048/26/04

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Hydrogen
Metals
Hydrogen storage
Adsorption
Gases
Sorbents
Hydrides
Automobiles
Porous materials
Fuel cells
Molecules
Costs

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  • Chemistry(all)

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Varughese, P. A., Smith, M., Bittner, E., Bockrath, B. C., & Li, J. (2004). Microporous metal organic frameworks and their hydrogen adsorption properties. In ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts (1 ed., Vol. 228)

Microporous metal organic frameworks and their hydrogen adsorption properties. / Varughese, Princy A.; Smith, Milton; Bittner, Edward; Bockrath, Bradley C.; Li, Jing.

ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. Vol. 228 1. ed. 2004.

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Varughese, PA, Smith, M, Bittner, E, Bockrath, BC & Li, J 2004, Microporous metal organic frameworks and their hydrogen adsorption properties. in ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. 1 edn, vol. 228, Abstracts of Papers - 228th ACS National Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, United States, 8/22/04.
Varughese PA, Smith M, Bittner E, Bockrath BC, Li J. Microporous metal organic frameworks and their hydrogen adsorption properties. In ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. 1 ed. Vol. 228. 2004
Varughese, Princy A. ; Smith, Milton ; Bittner, Edward ; Bockrath, Bradley C. ; Li, Jing. / Microporous metal organic frameworks and their hydrogen adsorption properties. ACS National Meeting Book of Abstracts. Vol. 228 1. ed. 2004.
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