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Catalytic Hydrogen Production, Storage and Application

Abstract

Hydrogen is a clean fuel for transportation and energy storage. It has several attractive features, including a higher energy content by weight, use in fuel cells that produces only water as a by-product, storage in small and large quantities by various methods, and established transportation and infrastructures. A hydrogen economy consists of three steps, i.e., hydrogen production, storage, and applications. All three steps involved in a hydrogen economy can be divided into catalytic and non-catalytic approaches. For catalytic processes, the efficiency highly depends on the type and physico-chemical characteristics of the catalysts. Therefore, for the improvement of these catalytic processes, the development of highly efficient and stable catalysts is highly required.

Countries: Japan
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2021-07-10
2022-10-01
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