Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials by T. Nejat VezirogluHydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials by T. Nejat Veziroglu

Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials

byT. Nejat VezirogluEditorSvetlana Yu. Zaginaichenko, Dmitry V. Schur

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The 2005 International Conference "Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials" (ICHMS'2005) was held in September 5-11, 2005 in the remarkable city Sevastopol (Crimea, Ukraine) known for its heroic and unusual th fate. In the tradition of the earlier ICHMS conferences, this 9 ICHMS'2005 meeting served as an multidisciplinary forum for the presentation and discussion of the most recent research on transition to hydrogen-based energy systems, technologies for hydrogen production, storage, utilization, materials processing and chemical behavior, energy and environmental problems. The aim of ICHMS'2005 was to provide the wide overview of the latest scientific results on basic research and technological applications of hydrogen interactions with metals and other materials. The active representatives from industry, research/academic organizations and governmental agencies could meet, discuss and present the most recent advances in hydrogen concepts, processes and systems, to evaluate current progress and to exchange academic information, to identify research needs and future development in this important area. This conference should help further the progress of hydrogen-based science and promote the role of hydrogen in the energy field. The ICHMS'2005 was the conference, where a related new important topic of considerable current interest on fullerene-related materials as hydrogen storage was included into the conference program. This meeting gave an opportunity for researchers to cover the entire range of basic and applied materials focusing on synthesis, structure, properties and applications of diverse carbon materials ranging from nanotubes and fullerenes to carbon fiber composites and sorbents.
Title:Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Carbon NanomaterialsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:831 pagesPublished:December 21, 2006Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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THE PECULIARITIES OF HYDROGENATION OF PLATINUM FULLERIDES.- INVESTIGATION OF MECHANISM OF FULLERENE DISSOLUTION IN AROMATICAL HYDROCARBONS.- CONDUCTIVITY OF C60 FULLERENE CRYSTALS UNDER MULTI-STEP DYNAMIC COMPRESSION UP TO 300 KBAR.- GAS INTERSTITIAL FULLERENES PRECIPITATED FROM THE SOLUTION OF C60 IN 1,2-DICHLOROBENZENE.- Mg2NiHx AS PROCATALYST OF SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOFIBERS.- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE EXPLORATION OF ACTIVE ELEMENT SURFACE FOR HYDROGEN SENSOR BASED ON WO3-x NANOPARTICLES.- ISOTOPIC EFFECT IN HYDROGEN AND NITROGEN SOLID SOLUTIONS IN ? -Ti.- SYNTHESIS, PROPERTIES, AND ASSIMILATION METHODS OF ALUMINIUM HYDRIDE.- INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN ORDERING ON THE PROTON SPIN-LATTICE RELAXATION TIME IN LANTHANUM SUPERSTOICHIOMETRIC DIHYDRIDES LaH2+c.- CREATION OF HYDROGEN - SELECTIVE TUBULAR COMPOSITE MEMBRANES BASED ON Pd-ALLOYS: I. IMPROVEMENT OF CERAMIC SUPPORT WITH Ni LAYER DEPOSITION.- HYDRIDES FORMATION IN HOLLOW CYLINDER.- INTERBAND ELECTRON TRANSITIONS IN THE ALLOYED C60 FILMS WITH THE IONIC DEFECT FORMATION.- COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE ELECTRON BEAM IRRADIATION EFFECT ON THE MODIFICATION OF CARBON NANOTUBES.- THEORETICAL STUDY AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN ABSORPTION BY CARBON NANOMATERIALS.- RADIATION INDUCED PHENOMENA ON ELECTRONIC AND PROTONIC CONDUCTIONS OF COMPACT HYDRIDE-ELECTROLYTE FUEL CELL.- DEFECTOSCOPY AND PERSPECTIVES RELATED TO METALLIC MATERIALS ADOPTABLE IN HYDROGEN STORAGE PRESSURE TANKS PRODUCTION.- ELECTROPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE NANOCARBON MATERIALS.- FREE RADICAL HALOGENATION OF CARBON NANOMATERIALS AT LOW TEMPERATURES.- HYDROGEN CONCENTRATION DEPENDENCE ON THERMAL AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITIES OF METAL-HYDRIDE COMPOSITE MATERIALS.- IRRADIATION EFFECT OF GAMMA-RAY ON THE PROTON-CONDUCTING POLYMER.- ELECTRICAL EXPLOSION TECHNOLOGY FOR NOVEL CARBON NANOMATERIALS PRODUCTION.- PROMISING CATALYSTS FOR H2 - O2 FUEL CELLS (REVIEW).- DESCRIPTION OF PHASE EQUILIBRIUMS IN INTERMETALLIC COMPOUNDS WITHIN THE PERTURBATION THEORY.- MgH2-CARBON COMPOSITES FOR HYDROGEN STORAGE.- SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES IN GASEOUS AND LIQUID MEDIUM.- Pt NANOCLUSTERS ON CARBON NANOMATERIALS FOR HYDROGEN FUEL CELLS.- THE CONFIGURATIONAL HEAT CAPACITY OF FULLERITE OVER THE REGION OF SCL ? FCCL PHASE TRANSITION.- COMMENTS CONCERNING PARAMETERS OF THE SHORT-RANGE ORDER EVOLUTION DETERMINED FROM THE DATA ON KINETICS OF A HEAT-CAPACITY RELAXATION FOR Lu-H ALLOY.- TRIFLUOROMETHYLATION OF ENDOHEDRAL METALLOFULLERENES M@C82(M = Y, Ce): SYNTHESIS, ISOLATION AND STRUCTURE.- SYNTHESIS, ISOLATION AND SPECTROSCOPIC STUDY OF A SERIES OF ENDOHEDRAL METALLOFULLERENES Y2@C84, Ce2@C78 AND M@C82 (M = Y, La, Ce, Gd).- FORMATION OF ORDERED CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES AT PYROLYSIS OF HYDRATED CELLULOSE CONTAINING THE METALS OF FERROUS SUBGROUP.- NEW DESIGN OF ELECTRON GUN FOR FIELD EMISSION LIGHT SOURCES WITH CARBON FIBERS CATHODE.- PHYSICAL PROCESSES ON THE SURFACE OF FIELD EMISSION CATHODES BASED ON CARBON NANOSTRUCTURAL MATERIALS.- NEW TECHNIQUE OF FIELD EMISSION CATHODES PREPARATION BY LOW TEMPERATURE DEPOSITION FROM ETHANOL VAPOR.- FULLERENE SYNTHESIS IN HELIUM FLOW AT ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE.- ATOMIC HYDROGEN ADSORPTION ON BORON NITRIDE NANOTUBE SURFACES.- INVESTIGATIONS OF THE INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT ADDITIVES TO THE LANTHANUM RICH MISCHMETAL.- ON ELECTROCHEMICAL DEPOSITION OF FULLERENES AND THEIR COMPOUNDS FROM SOLUTIONS.- NOVEL CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES PRODUCED BY ELECTROCHEMICAL METHOD.- STRUCTURE OF SOLID AMORPHOUS PHASES OF WATER AND CAPTURE OF MOLECULES CH4, H2 IN MULTISTRUCTURES OF ICE.- SOME LESSONS OF THE CHEMISTRY OF METAL HYDRIDES IN THE LIGHT OF PROBLEMS OF HYDROGEN ACCUMULATION.- ABOUT INTERACTION OF HYDROGEN WITH SPHERICAL PARTICLES OF BT 5-1 TYPE ALLOY.- APPLICATION OF LAYERED InSe AND GaSe CRYSTALS AND POWDERS FOR SOLID STATE HYDROGEN STORAGE.- INTERACTION OF Mg-REM-Ni ALLOYS AND COMPOSITES WITH HYDROGEN.- CALORIMETRIC INVESTIGATION OF HYDROGEN INTERACTION WITH ZrMn2.- STRUCTURE OF NbVCoD2.5 SYNTHESIZED UNDER HIGH GASEOUS PRESSURE.- STRUCTURAL AND METHODICAL FEATURES OF THE INSTALLATION FOR INVESTIGATIONS OF HYDROGEN-SORPTION CHARACTERISTICS OF CARBON NANOMATERIALS AND THEIR COMPOSITES.- IMPROVEMENT OF HYDRIDE HEAT DEVICES OVERALL PERFORMANCE.- COMPUTER MODELING OF IONS H +, H 3O +, H5O2 + TRANSPORT IN NANOSTRUCTURAL SUPERMOLECULES OF WATER.- INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR PRODUCTION OF LaNi5-BASED HYDRIDE MATERIALS.- QUANTITATIVE APPLICATION OF LATERAL FORCE MICROSCOPY FOR CARBON NANOTUBES INVESTI GATION.- THE CORRELATION BETWEEN IONICITY OF METAL-HYDROGEN BONDS IN HYDRIDES AND THEIR THERMAL FIRMNESS.- ABOUT MANNER AND MECHANISMS OF REDUCTION OF THERMAL FIRMNESS OF Mg -, Ti -, Y - BASED MECHANICAL ALLOYS.- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE AND STABILITY OF HIGHER FULLERENES.- INVESTIGATION OF THE HYDROGEN INTERACTION WITH Ti0.9Zr0.1Mn1.3V0.5 BY CALORIMETRIC METHOD.- INVESTIGATION OF THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS FOR FUEL ELEMENTS AND WORK UP OF LIMIT STATE CRITERIA FOR HYDROGEN CONTAINING SOLID MATERIALS WITH ACOUSTIC MICROSCOPE DEFECTOSCOPY METHODS.- ELECTROLYTIC PRODUCTION OF CARBON NANO-TUBES IN CHLORIDE-OXIDE MELTS UNDER CARBON DIOXIDE PRESSURE.- INVESTIGATION OF DELAYED HYDRIDE CRACKING IN THE Zr-2,5% Nb ALLOY.- SOLITON LATTICES IN CARBON NANOTUBES.- INVESTIGATION OF LOW-TEMPERATURE RADIATION LIVING RADICAL POLYMERIZATION OF VINYL MONOMERS WITH FULLERENE C60 BY OPTICAL SPECTROSCOPY.- INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN ON MAGNETOCRYSTALLINE ANISOTROPY OF TbFe6Co5Ti SINGLE CRYSTAL.- STUDY OF ISOTOPIC EFFECT FOR HYDROGEN AND DEUTERIUM ADSORPTION ON NANOPOROUS CARBON (NPC) AT 67-78 K.- MODELING OF DEHYDRATION AND DEHYDROGENATION IN ZIRCONIA WITH ANION IMPURITY.- STUDY OF Fe-MgO CATALYST STRUCTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE PROCESS OF PYROLYTIC SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOMATERIALS.- CARBON NANOMATERIALS ON THE BASE OF CATALYTIC HYDROCARBON PYROLYSIS: DEVELOPMENT AND PERSPECTIVE USE.- SOLUTIONS OF POLYSTYRENE AS A CARBONIZATION PRECURSOR FOR THE MATRYX SYNTHESIS OF CARBON NANOSTRUCTURES.- NANOCARBON MATERIALS.- THE PRODUCTION OF HYDRIDES IN TITANIC POWDERS UNDER DIFFERENT WAYS OF MANUFACTURING.- ELECTROCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF NANODISPERSED DIAMOND.- TECHNICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL METHODS OF REALIZATION OF STEAM CATALYTIC CONVERSION OF NATURAL GAS WITH A METHANE-WATER PROPORTION CLOSE TO STOICHIOMETRIC RATIO.- MAGNETIC & THERMODYNAMIC STUDIES OF CoO (I) & CoO (II).- STRUCTURE AND FORMATION OF FILMS OF ZIRCONIA-BASED SOLID ELECTROLYTE.- EPR SPIN PROBE STUDY OF CARBON NANOPARTICLES HYDRATION PROPERTIES IN AQUEOUS DISPERSIONS.- NANOSTRUCTURED CARBON MATERIALS BASED ON IR-PYROLIZED POLYACRYLONITRILE.- MOLECULAR HYDROGEN EVOLUTION: PHOTOCATALYTIC ACTIVITY OF MESOPOROUS TIO2-CONTAINING METAL COMPOSITES.- CHANGE OF CURIE TEMPERATURE AND EFFECTIVE EXCHANGE FIELDS IN FERRIMAGNETIC R2Fe14B COMPOUNDS UPON HYDROGENATION.- MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SOME Er2Fe14BHX HYDRIDES.- THE MODERN DATA OF OBTAINING OF FIRM HYDROGEN.- TDS-SPECTRA OF HYDRIDE POWDER DECOMPOSITION: MODELLING WITH SIZE REDUCTION EFFECT.- ACTIVATED CARBON AND HYDROGEN ADSORPTION STORAGE.- INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN ON MAGNETIC AND MAGNETOELASTIC PROPERTIES OF Lu2Fe17 SINGLE CRYSTAL.- THE PROBLEM OF HYDROGEN PERMEATION INTO THE BORON DOPED ELECTRODEPOSITED NICKEL FILMS.- HYDROGEN PERMEATION AND NICKEL FILMS STRUCTURE CORRELATION.- INHIBITION OF HYDROGEN PERMEABILITY BY TiN: EVALUATION OF KINETIC PARAMETERS.- DETERMINATION OF HYDROGEN BINDING ENERGY IN VARIOUS MATERIALS BY MEANS OF ABSOLUTE MEASUREMENTS OF ITS CONCENTRATION IN SOLID PROBE.- PECULIARITIES OF LOW TEMPERATURE INTERACTION OF MECHANICALLY ACTIVATED TITANIUM HYDRIDE WITH NITROGEN AND OXYGEN.- METAL HYDRIDE USE FOR SOLAR ENERGY ACCUMULATION.- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF CARBON NANOTUBES OF VARIABLE DIAMETER.- CUBIC POLYMERIZED STRUCTURES OF SMALL FULLERENES C20, C24, C28, C32.- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF T-JUNCTIONS OF CARBON NANOTUBES.- METAL-CARBON NANOSTRUCTURED MEMBRANE CATALYSTS.- CARBON UNDER PRESSURE AND RADIATION.- ON SOME SPECIAL FEATURES OF CARBON NANOSTRUCTURE FABRICATION IN ARGON ARC DISCHARGE.- POSITRON SPECTROSCOPY OF LIQUID CRYSTALLINE ORGANIC MATERIALS CONTAINING C60 FULLERENES.- PROPERTIES OF PTFE - MWNT COMPOSITE MATERIALS.- MULTIFUNCTIONAL INTEGRATED FUEL CELLS ELECTRODE ON MACROPOROUS SILICON. DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY.- STRUCTURAL EFFECTS IN ULTRAFINE DIAMOND UNDER THERMAL AND THERMAL-BARIC ACTIONS.- DEVELOPMENT OF THE APPROACH TO THE SYNTHESIS OF INDIVIDUAL ISOMERS OF BIS(ORGANO)[60]FULLERENES. BIS(AZAHOMO)FULLERENES.- BINDING OF A FLUORINE ATOM TO THE SIDEWALL OF SINGLE-WALLED CARBON NANOTUBES.- INFLUENCE OF IMPURITIES AND DEFECTS ON ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF CARBON NANOTUBES.- ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF Y-JUNCTIONS OF CARBON NANOTUBES.- THE STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF IRON ALLOYS WITH ULTRADISPERSED BY EDUCATIONS OF FREE CARBON.- EFFECT OF HYDROGEN ON DELAYED FRACTURE OF MARAGING STEELS.- RADIATIVE CONDUCTIVITY OF C60 SINGLE CRYSTAL IN WEAK MAGNETIC FIELD.- INFLUENCE OF SPIN DYNAMICS OF EXCITONIC STATES ON PHOTOCONDUCTIVITY OF FULLERITE C60.- ARC DISCHARGE SYNTHESIS OF METALLOFULLERENES USING A CARBON ELECTRODE WITH CHEMICALLY MODIFIED SURFACE.- ELECTROCONDUCTIVE POLYMERS AND EXFOLIATED GRAPHITE COMPOSITES AS CATALYSTS FOR OXYGEN REDUCTION.- SOME QUESTIONS HYDRIDE REACTORS DESIGN.- OPTIMIZATION OF HYDRIDE HEAT PUMPS OPERATION.- AUTONOMOUS WIND-HYDROGEN STATIONS.