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Investigations of hydrogen uptake in ball-milled TiMgNi

Sheppard, D.A., Jiang, Z-T and Buckley, C.E. (2007) Investigations of hydrogen uptake in ball-milled TiMgNi. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 32 (12). pp. 1928-1932.

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The hydrogen uptake characteristics of a mechanically milled Ti–Mg–Ni sample processed in accord with that of Lomness et al. [Hydrogen uptake characteristics of mechanically alloyed mixtures of Ti–Mg–Ni. Int J Hydrogen Energy 2002; 27: 915–20] has been shown to rapidly absorb 2.5wt% of hydrogen at 296K. This is significantly less than the 11wt% presented by Lomness et al. but occurs at a lower temperature. X-ray diffraction shows that our ball-milled sample comprises low crystallinity elemental Ti, Mg and Ni which converts to Ti2Ni, Ti and Mg during temperature cycling. Examination of the hydrided sample shows the presence of Ti2NiHx(x>0.5), TiHy(0.7<y<2) and MgH2. Unidentified minor phases are also present.

Item Type: Journal Article
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Copyright: 2006 International Association for Hydrogen Energy
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