Hydrogen adsorption in mesoporous carbons
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States Applied Physics Letters
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12/2004; 85(21):4887 - 4889. DOI: 10.1063/1.1827338
The hydrogen adsorption of mesoporous carbon materials with different mesostructures, surface areas, and pore volumes has been investigated. Experimental results indicate that the hydrogen adsorption capacities are dominantly related to their surface areas. A hydrogen adsorption capacity of 1.78 wt % was obtained at 77 K and ambient pressure of 850 mm Hg (0.11 MPa) for the mesoporous carbon with a surface area of 2314 m 2/ g .
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