A number of the most common ways of storing hydrogen are reviewed in terms of energy efficiency. Distinction is made between energy losses during regeneration and during hydrogen liberation. In the latter case, the energy might have to be provided by part of the released hydrogen, and the true storage density is then equivalently smaller. Systems covered include compressed and liquid hydrogen, reversible and irreversible metal hydrides, and methanol and ammonia.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 2007, Vol 446–447, p. 723-728
; Hydrogen storage; Metal hydride; Compressed hydrogen; Liquid hydrogen; Efficiency
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International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems : Fundamentals and Applications, 2007