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Hydrides: Fundamentals and Applications

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Hydrides: Fundamentals and Applications
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN/ASIN: 3038422088
Number of pages: 270

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The reversible elimination of hydrogen from metal hydrides serves as the basis for unique methods of energy transformation. This technology has found widespread practical utilization in applications such as hydrogen compressors, storage, and sensors, as well as batteries. Moreover, it is plausible that metal hydride technology could be utilized to provide practically viable solutions to the challenges of energy storage.

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