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Meeting 2022 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Composites for Energy Applications: Materials for Renewable Energy Applications 2022
Presentation Title Air Stable Nanoporous Aluminum/Lithium Borohydride Fuel Pellets for Onboard Hydrogen Generation by Hydrolysis with Pure Water
Author(s) Timothy Lee, John S Corsi, Eric Detsi
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Timothy Lee
Abstract Scope Using nanoporous, nonprecious metals to produce hydrogen via metal hydrolysis for fuel on-demand in nonstationary applications is a promising method to overcome infrastructural deficiencies associated with current hydrogen storage and delivery systems. However, these highly reactive nanoporous nonprecious metals are also highly pyrophoric, which prompts safety concerns if the fuel is improperly exposed to air. Herein we demonstrate a new strategy to suppress pyrophoricity in nanoporous metals such as nanoporous aluminum created by electrolytic dealloying by forming composite pellets with highly hygroscopic materials such as lithium borohydride. [1-2] We show that composite pellets with various compositions are highly air stable and are not pyrophoric when exposed to ambient air. These safety improvements can pave the way to using nanoporous nonprecious metals for on-demand hydrogen generation fuels for nonstationary fuel cell devices and applications. [1] T. Lee et al: ACS Appl. Energy Mater. (Under Review). [2] Penn Invention Disclosure #21-9764.
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Keywords Aluminum, Nanotechnology, Composites

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Densification and Microstructure Features of Lithium Hydride Fabrication
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Development and Characterization of High Capacity Hydrogen Energy Storage Materials
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Energetics of the Reversible Dehydrogenation of Magnesium Borohydride and Mg(BH4)2-THF Composite to Magnesium Boranes
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Fabrication of novel LiCrTiO4-MWCNTs based composite electrodes for flexible Li ion batteries
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Nanocomposites for gel and solid polymer electrolytes in Lithium Batteries
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Non-destructive evaluation of defects in composite pressure vessels for hydrogen storage
Plasmon-initiated Hydrogen Desorption
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Preparation and Characterization of Pure and Decorated Metal Oxide Materials for Energy Applications
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