Magnetic Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Storage


Magnetic Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Storage

Ertuğrul Kaya, Haydar Göksu, Husnu Gerengi, Kubilay Arikan, Mohd Imran Ahamed, Fatih Şen

Nowadays, technological developments have increased with the help of magnetic materials in many fields. These materials are mostly preferred in areas such as magnetic cooling and storage as well as environmental improvements. It has also become preferable in the field of magnetic detection and in the use of medical care properties of magnetic nanoparticles. It is also preferred in areas including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and drug delivery systems (DDS). In the use of magnetic nanomaterials, magnetic properties, size, surface properties, synthesis methods should be paid attention. The magnetic properties of nanomaterials on the nanoscale depend on the particle size of the material used. Materials having particle size below a critical value lead to forming monodisperse particles. Many studies have been done on the production of magnetic nanomaterials. Most of these applications are based on the efficiency of particle moment and field distortion and change in the relevant variables. Nanomaterials are preferred due to their properties such as mass absorption and surface adsorption, which have recently become important in hydrogen storage. They also act by regulating the diffusion rate in hydrogen decomposition and absorption. Magnetic nanomaterials have high adsorption capacity due to atomic groups on the ligand surface. This shows that it can be used in energy transformation and storage. In this section, the latest studies on the hydrogen storage capacity of magnetic nanomaterials are conveyed and provide an essential point of view in hydrogen storage.

Hydrogen Storage, Magnetic Nanomaterials, Hydrogen Energy

Published online 1/30/2020, 23 pages

Citation: Ertuğrul Kaya, Haydar Göksu, Husnu Gerengi, Kubilay Arikan, Mohd Imran Ahamed, Fatih Şen, Magnetic Nanomaterials for Hydrogen Storage, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 66, pp 236-258, 2020


Part of the book on Magnetochemistry

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