The impact of metal hydride material activation to storage percentage of hydrogen in this material

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Lubica Bednarova
Tomáš Brestovič
Natália Jasmisnká
Marián Lázár
Romana Dobáková
Lukáš Tóth

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Currently, a lot of focus is dedicated to metal hydride alloy and options of their utilization. Mankind must solve energy problems due to constant population growth and use of non-renewable energy sources. The World resources of oil are limited and therefore the mankind must start utilizing the alternative energy sources for example hydrogen. Its known that the hydrogen can be stored by metal hydride alloys what it represents the safety way of storage with absence high pressure and temperature. The process by produce of the alloy with good absorption properties the research does not end. Some alloy absorbs the hydrogen after they produce immediately, however a lot of them need the activation for improvement or starting absorption process. Process of activation is very important for achieving the maximum capacity at moderate temperature.

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Bednarova, L., Brestovič, T., Jasmisnká, N., Lázár, M., Dobáková, R., & Tóth, L. (2020). The impact of metal hydride material activation to storage percentage of hydrogen in this material. International Journal for Innovation Education and Research, 8(1), 25–31. https://doi.org/10.31686/ijier.vol8.iss1.1948
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