Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes produced by CVD

A. Fonseca, N. Pierard, S. Tollis, G. Bister, Z. Kónya, N. Nagaraju, J. B. Nagy

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Abstract

Single- and multi-wall carbon nanotubes synthesized by catalytic decomposition of methane and acetylene, respectively were studied for their hydrogen adsorption capacity in their hollow and on their outer surface. The hydrogen storage capacity of the samples was measured for pressures 0-9 bar at 295 K and at 77 K. The results at different temperatures on the crude sample (closed tubes 10-50 μm long), on the purified sample (open tubes 10-50 μm long) and on the purified and broken sample (open tubes 0.1-0.7 μm long) show that breaking the nanotubes allows one to adsorb hydrogen in their hollow. In addition, the relative amounts of hydrogen adsorbed in the hollow and outer parts of the nanotubes can be distinguished.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal De Physique. IV : JP
EditorsD Davazoglou, C Vahlas, Eds.
Volume12
Edition4
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2002
Event13th European Conference on Chemical Vapor Deposition - Glyfada, Athens, Greece
Duration: Aug 26 2001Aug 31 2001

Other

Other13th European Conference on Chemical Vapor Deposition
CountryGreece
CityGlyfada, Athens
Period8/26/018/31/01

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carbon nanotubes
vapor deposition
hollow
hydrogen
tubes
nanotubes
acetylene
methane
decomposition
adsorption
temperature

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  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Fonseca, A., Pierard, N., Tollis, S., Bister, G., Kónya, Z., Nagaraju, N., & Nagy, J. B. (2002). Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes produced by CVD. In D. Davazoglou, & C. Vahlas, Eds. (Eds.), Journal De Physique. IV : JP (4 ed., Vol. 12)

Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes produced by CVD. / Fonseca, A.; Pierard, N.; Tollis, S.; Bister, G.; Kónya, Z.; Nagaraju, N.; Nagy, J. B.

Journal De Physique. IV : JP. ed. / D Davazoglou; C Vahlas, Eds. Vol. 12 4. ed. 2002.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Fonseca, A, Pierard, N, Tollis, S, Bister, G, Kónya, Z, Nagaraju, N & Nagy, JB 2002, Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes produced by CVD. in D Davazoglou & C Vahlas, Eds. (eds), Journal De Physique. IV : JP. 4 edn, vol. 12, 13th European Conference on Chemical Vapor Deposition, Glyfada, Athens, Greece, 8/26/01.
Fonseca A, Pierard N, Tollis S, Bister G, Kónya Z, Nagaraju N et al. Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes produced by CVD. In Davazoglou D, Vahlas, Eds. C, editors, Journal De Physique. IV : JP. 4 ed. Vol. 12. 2002
Fonseca, A. ; Pierard, N. ; Tollis, S. ; Bister, G. ; Kónya, Z. ; Nagaraju, N. ; Nagy, J. B. / Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes produced by CVD. Journal De Physique. IV : JP. editor / D Davazoglou ; C Vahlas, Eds. Vol. 12 4. ed. 2002.
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