Synthesis of a 15Mg–Fe material for hydrogen storage applying ball milling procedures.

Among all the solid materials studied so far, magnesium is an attractive possibility to store hydrogen by virtue of its high hydrogen capacity of 7.6 wt %, abundance and low cost. However, magnesium hydride presents many disadvantages as its high thermodynamic stability and slow desorption kinetics, which makes this material not appropriate for practical applications [1]. These constraints can be improved by combining magnesium with a transition metal and the reduction of the grain size...
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