What is it about?
The chemical storage of hydrogen in solid state of metal hydrides is the safest method for stationary and portable applications since these can be functioned at lower pressure and ambient temperature. Among the desirable metal hydrides, the intermetallic compound TiFe of cubic CsCl-type structure is well-known for absorbing hydrogen reversibly up to 1.9 wt.% to form β-FeTiH and γ-FeTiH2 phases. In the present review article, we have discussed the historic background outlining the recent developments on the microstructural modifications, activation kinetics and processing routes of TiFe intermetallic alloys towards the improvement of hydrogenation properties.
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Why is it important?
The focus of this article is to present the basic knowledge and recent developments on TiFe intermetallic alloys for future hydrogen storage applications which will be beneficial to researchers and practitioners in the field of interest.
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This page is a summary of: An overview on TiFe intermetallic for solid-state hydrogen storage: microstructure, hydrogenation and fabrication processes, Critical Reviews in Solid State and Material Sciences, August 2019, Taylor & Francis, DOI: 10.1080/10408436.2019.1652143.
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