TEM studies of nanostructure in melt-spun Mg-Ni-La alloy manifesting enhanced hydrogen desorbing kinetics
The hydrogen storage properties of a magnesium-rich Mg–Ni–La alloy prepared by melt-spinning are significantly improved by nanostructure formation during crystallization and activation. It can absorb and desorb ∼5 wt% hydrogen at temperatures as low as 200 °C in moderate time periods.
Published inJournal of Alloys and Compounds
Publication dateTuesday, June 9, 2009