Metal hydrides by William M. Mueller

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Prepared under the direction of the Division of Technical Information, United States Atomic Energy Commission.

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Statemented.[by] W. Mueller, J.P. Blackledge, G.G. Libowitz.
ContributionsBlackledge, James P., Libowitz, George Gotthart.
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Pagination791p.
Number of Pages791
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Open LibraryOL13651959M

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Metal Hydrides (Nato Science Series B:) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Gust Bambakidis (Author)Format: Paperback. 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 Metal hydrides book reference to students, research professors, and industrial researchers in metal hydrides and in allied fields. Transition Metal Hydrides 1st Edition by Metal hydrides book.

Dedieu (Editor) ISBN Format: Hardcover. About this book In the last five years, the study of metal hydrides has ex­ panded enormously due to the potential technological importance of this class of materials in hydrogen based energy conversion schemes.

The scope of this activity has been worldwide among the industrially advanced nations. Reactions of metal hydrides. Metal hydrides are reactive species kinetically and thus participate in a variety of transformations like the ones discussed below. Deprotonation reactions The deprotonation reaction can be achieved by a hydride moiety resulting in the formation of H 2 gas as shown below.

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The current worldwide need for and interest in research in metal hydrides indicated the timeliness of an Advanced Study Insti­ tute to provide an in-depth view of the field for those active in its various aspects.

The inclusion of speakers from non-NATO coun­ tries provided the opportunity for cross-fertilization of ideas for future research. Hydrides are classified into three major groups, depending on what elements the hydrogen bonds to.

The three major groups are covalent, ionic, and metallic hydrides. Formally, hydride is known as the negative ion of a hydrogen, H- also called a hydride ion.

Because of this negative charge, hydrides have reducing, or basic properties. Ternary metal hydrides. Ternary metal hydrides have the formula A x MH n, where A + is an alkali or alkaline earth metal cation, e.g. K + and Mg 2+.A celebrated example is K 2 ReH 9, a salt containing two K + ions and the ReH 9 2− anion.

Other homoleptic metal hydrides include the anions in Mg 2 FeH 6 and Mg 2 NiH of these anionic polyhydrides satisfy the electron rule, Metal hydrides book do not.

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 book hydrides and in allied Edition: 1.

In September,with the generous support of NATO, scientists from 18 different nations gathered in Katsiveli, Yalta, Ukraine at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Metal Hydrides to present their research and to discuss world energy problems and.

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Metal hydride storage has a low risk of accidental leaks since the hydrogen is stored within the metal hydride crystal and requires energy to be released.

In addition, the energy spent in storing hydrogen using metal hydrides is about half as much as that of compression (70 MPa) and about a sixth as much as that of liquefaction.

Metal Hydrides Jacques Huot Université du Québec à Trois‐Rivières, Institut de Recherche sur l'Hydrogène, des Forges, PO BoxTrois‐Rivières (Qc) G9A, 5H7, Canada.

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 s. The book edited by Muetterties ()18 emphasized the synthesis and stereo-chemistry of hydride complexes.

The volume edited by Bau. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute on Metal Hydrides, held June, in Rhodes, Greece". Hydride complexes contain a metal-hydrogen bond. The hydride ligand itself need not be hydridic in nature, but can in fact vary in nature from acidic to hydridic depending on the nature of the metal center to which it is attached.

Species can have up to several hydride ligands; even [ReH 9] 2-is known. The hydride ligand is considered to be an. Find a huge variety of new & used metal hydrides books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices.

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By using TES with solar technologies, heat can be. 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 ambient to Cited by: 6.

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 be referred to as hydrides. 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.

Hydrides for Energy Storage documents the proceedings of an International Symposium held in Geilo, Norway on AugustThis book discusses the thermodynamics of metal, alloy and intermetallic/hydrogen systems; localization and diffusion of hydrogen in lanthanum-nickel compounds; kinetics of hydrogen absorption and desorption; and nuclear magnetic resonance studies of metal Edition: 1.

SOLID-H hydrogen storage containers are filled with metal powders that absorb and release hydrogen (metal hydrides). You may already be using metal hydrides in your laptop computer (nickel-metal hydride batteries). The most popular SOLID-H containers supply a few atmospheres of hydrogen gas pressure at room temperature.

Metal Hydrides by Gust Bambakidis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 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: The catalytic hydrogenation of CO 2 at the surface of a metal hydride and the corresponding surface segregation were investigated.

The surface processes on Mg 2 NiH 4 were analyzed by in situ X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) combined with thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS) and mass spectrometry (MS), and time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS).Cited by: 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 hydrides (MHs) can act as solid‐state hydrogen storage media, some of them having high gravimetric and volumetric hydrogen densities.

The scientific community is currently putting significant efforts into developing hydride materials for onboard vehicular storage.

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.

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Introduction. Transition metal hydride species are important components not only in a wide range of functional materials 1 – 4) but also in a variety of catalytic and stoichiometric reactions. 5) Particularly, their importance in recent synthetic organic and inorganic chemistries cannot be overemphasized.

Multimetallic polyhydride compounds are of remarkable interest as they may show Author: Shima Takanori. Covalent hydrides are also either liquids or gases. Example of Covalent Hydrides: SiH 4 (silane) Metallic Hydrides.

A hydrogen compound that forms a bond with another metal element is classified as a metal hydride. The bond is mostly covalent type but sometimes the hydrides. Metal hydrides offer the possibility of a convenient and safe method for the storage of hydrogen.

These compounds provide for compact storage in a form that is equal to or better than cryogenic liquid hydrogen on a volume basis. Considerable research has gone into the study of hydrides derived from rare earth, iton-titanium, and magnesium by: Complex Metal Hydrides for Hydrogen, Thermal and Electrochemical Energy Storage Article (PDF Available) in Energies 10(10) October with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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You should take Transition Metal Hydrides as your reading list or you will be regret because you have not reading it yet in your live. The hydrogen from the ionic hydride and the other water hydrogen combine to form the hydrogen gas.

Covalent Hydrides. When hydrogen bonds with a non-metal a covalent hydride typically occurs. Metal hydrides are binary compounds of a metal and hydrogen.

For example, CaH2 is called calcium hydride, and most metals can form metal hydrides. There are also mixed metal hydrides, for example LiAlH4 or lithium aluminum hydride. Metal hydrides. Metal hydrides react with water to form hydrogen gas and the metalhydroxide.

SrH 2 (s) + 2H 2 O(l) Sr(OH) 2 (s) + 2 H 2 (g). You wish to calculate the mass of hydrogen gas that can be preparedfrom g of SrH 2 and g of H 2 O. In book: Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry boron hydrides, the simplest of which is diborane, B 2 H 6. most involving the reduction of boron. trihalides with metal hydrides, as shown in.

The Special Issue on “Properties and Applications of Novel Light Metal Hydrides” is intended to provide a unique international forum aimed at covering a broad description of results involving essential hydrides synthesis, characterization and study of properties as well as various applications.hydride investigated to date.

Novel engineering solutions that will allow any currently known hydri de, when incorporated into a complete system, have not been identified. • A report summarizing the HSECoE activities on Metal Hydrides was submitted to DOE in May File Size: 1MB.Hydride, any of a class of chemical compounds in which hydrogen is combined with another element.

Three basic types of hydrides—saline (ionic), metallic, and covalent—may be distinguished on the basis of type of chemical bond involved. A fourth type of hydride, dimeric (polymeric) hydride, may also.

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