The Key to the Problem of Reversible Chemical Hydrogen Storage Is 12 kJ (mol H<sub>2</sub>)<sup>-1</sup>

2018-08-07T14:52:51Z (GMT) by Roland Hermann Pawelke
This article outlines a simple theoretical formalism illuminating the boundaries to reversible solid hydrogen storage, based on the ideal gas law and classic equilibrium thermodynamics. A global picture of chemical reversible hydrogen sorption is unveiled, including a thermodynamic explanation of partial reversibility.<br>