Material Brief: Metal Hydride - Hydrogen Absorption - iSorb

Metal hydrides are materials, developed as alternatives to traditional porous sorbents, that store hydrogen at obtainable physical conditions. Important properties for metal hydrides that can be calculated from hydrogen absorption data include enthalpy, entropy, and Gibbs free energy.

The iSorb HP excels in measuring porous materials where physisorption of hydrogen plays an important role in on-board hydrogen storage – but these materials typically require high pressure and low temperature. The iSorb HP is also capable of characterizing metal hydrides in terms of absorption and the properties calculated from that data and can be a vital tool for material characterization and further material advancement for on-board hydrogen storage.

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