Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Storage Applications introduces nanomaterials and nanocomposites manufacturing and design for hydrogen storage applications. The book covers the manufacturing, design, characterization techniques and hydrogen storage applications of a range of nanomaterials. It outlines fundamental characterization techniques for nanocomposites to establish their suitability for hydrogen storage applications. Offering a sound knowledge of hydrogen storage application of nanocomposites, this book is an important resource for both materials scientists and engineers who are seeking to understand how nanomaterials can be used to create more efficient energy storage solutions.
- Assesses the characterization, design, manufacture and application of different types of nanomaterials for hydrogen storage
- Outlines the major challenges of using nanomaterials in hydrogen storage
- Discusses how the use of nanotechnology is helping engineers create more effective hydrogen storage systems
2. Monometallic Nanomaterials for Hydrolysis Reactions
3. Pt-based catalysts for Hydrogen Evolution reactions
4. Bimetallic and Trimetallic nanomaterials for Hydrogen Production reactions
5. Theoretical Aspects of Nanoparticles for Hydrogen Storage Applications
6. Advances in Understanding the Effects on the Hydrogen Evolution Reaction
7. Nanocomposite Conducting Polymers for hydrogen production
8. Different synthesis strategy for nanocomposites for hydrogen evolution reactions from methanolysis of hydrazine borane (HB)
9. Nanocomposites for hydrolysis of NaBH4
10. Carbonaceous Nanomaterials (carbon Nanotubes, Fullerenes, and Nanofibers) for hydrogen production
11. Nanocomposites for hydrolysis of dimethylamine borane (DMAB)
12. Nanocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reactions from Hydrazine Borane (HB)
13. Nanocomposites for hydrogen evolution reactions from hydrolysis and methanolysis of ammonia borane (AB)
14. Carbon-based nanomaterials for hydrogen evolution reactions
15. Dendrimer-based nanocomposites for hydrogen evolution reactions
16. Carbon-polymer hybrid supported nanomaterials for hydrogen evolution reactions
17. Polymer-based nanocatalysts for hydrogen evolution reactions
18. Nano-photocatalysts for hydrogen production
19. Preparation Methods of Hydrogen Storage Materials and Nanomaterials
20. Hydrogen Storage in Metal Organic Frameworks
Fatih Sen is Associate Professor and Head of the Sen Research Group, Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science and Art, Dumlupinar University, Turkey. Dr Sen's research focuses on energy and sensor applications of nanomaterials. This is his 2nd book for Elsevier, following Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Storage Applications, published in 2020.
Anish Khan is Assistant Professor in the Chemistry Department, at the Centre of Excellence for Advanced Materials Research (CEAMR), King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia. He received his PhD from Aligarh Muslim University, in India. His research interests include synthetic polymers, and organic-inorganic electrically conducting nano-composites. He has extensive research and teaching experience, and has completed over twenty significant research projects. He is the Managing Editor of the Chemical Environmental and Research Journal, and has presented his work internationally. He has published over 130 articles, and 10 books.
Ahmed Asiri, Abdullah Mohammed
Abdullah Mohamed Asiri is Professor, in the Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia. He is currently Chairman of the Chemistry Department, King Abdulaziz University, Director of the Center of Excellence for Advanced Materials Research. His research focuses on nanochemistry and nanotechnology.