magnesium hydride

magnesium hydride

[mag′nē·zē·əm ′hī‚drīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
MgH2 A hydride compound formed from the metal magnesium; it decomposes violently in water, and in a vacuum at about 280°C.
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12] evaluated the hydrogenation characteristics of an Mg8at% Al alloy powder synthesised using the electro deposition technique to investigate the effect of Al addition on the stability of magnesium hydride.
The 63 papers report on such topics as synthesizing novel chromium oxide using a hydrothermal method and and analyzing its magnetism and structure, phase relations of FeSs-VS2 system and the new phase of the defect troilite structure, particularities of structure and stability of cationic-ordered layered titanates, theoretical studies on the role of transition elements in the stability of magnesium hydride, half a century of nano-anti-ferromagnetism: Richardson's phenomenon and Neel's models, and characterization phenomena and magnetic phase transitions in rare earth intermetallics.
also form, leading to the production of magnesium hydride, [MgH.
In the past researchers had some success with magnesium hydride on a nanoscale, he said, but the approach was unsuccessful because of the high catalyst release temperature.
researchers are experimenting with hydrides for GM, HRL is testing a mixture of lithium borohydride and magnesium hydride, both of which yield hydrogen.
According to FSEC, Slattery, a graduate of the Florida Institute of Technology and the first woman to win the FSEC award, has pursued hydrogen storage innovations using magnesium hydride, lanthanum magnesium hydride and lithium aluminum hydride.
While the technology was demonstrated with lithium hydride, toward the end of the development program, magnesium hydride was evaluated and found to offer many performance advantages of lithium hydride and many addition handling and cost advantages over lithium hydride.
Part four examines chemically-bound hydrogen storage including intermetallics, magnesium hydride, alanates, borohydrides, imides and amides, multicomponent hydrogen storage systems, organic liquid carriers, indirect hydrogen storage in metal ammines and technological challenges in hydrogen storage.