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Title: 2Mg–Fe alloys processed by hot-extrusion: influence of processing temperature and the presence of MgO and MgH2 on hydrogenation sorption properties
Authors: Peres, Maurício Mirdhaui
Lima, Gisele Ferreira de
Garroni, Sebastiano
Baró, María Dolors
Surinach, Santiago
Kiminami, Claudio Shyinti
Botta, Walter Jose
Peres, Maurício Mirdhaui
Jorge Junior, Alberto Moreira
Keywords: 2Mg–Fe alloy;Hot extrusion;Hydrogen storage
Issue Date: Jun-2011
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: LIMA, Gisele F. de; GARRONI, Sebastiano; BARÓ, Maria D.; SURIÑACH, Santiago; KIMINAMI, Cláudio S.; BOTTA, Walter J.; PERES, Mauricio M.; JORGE JUNIOR, Alberto M.. 2Mg–Fe alloys processed by hot-extrusion: influence of processing temperature and the presence of mgo and mgh2 on hydrogenation sorption properties. Journal Of Alloys And Compounds, [S.L.], v. 509, p. 460-463, jun. 2011. Disponível em: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0925838810027921?via%3Dihub. Acesso em: 02 mar. 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jallcom.2010.11.034.
Portuguese Abstract: 2Mg–Fe alloy powder produced by high-energy ball milling was processed by hot extrusion at temperatures of 200 ◦C and 300 ◦C to produce bulk samples. The alloys were hydrogenated for 24 h under hydrogen pressures of 24 bar (to produce the Mg2FeH6 phase) and 15 bar (to produce a mixture of MgH2 + Mg2FeH6 phases), respectively. After the hydrogenation treatments, the complex hydride Mg2FeH6 was identified in both conditions, while the MgH2 and MgO phases were observed only after extrusion at 200 ◦C. Desorption temperatures varied with the extrusion conditions; extrusion at 300 ◦C resulted in a desorption onset temperature about 68 ◦C lower than that of samples extruded at 200 ◦C, and about 200 ◦C lower than that of commercial MgH2. Extrusion at the lower temperature did not change the number of stored defects (point defects, dislocations, voids, stacking faults, vacancies and others) produced in the milling process and increased the preferential sites for hydride nucleation, increasing the hydrogen storage capacity. The presence of MgO produced the beneficial effect of grain boundary pinning, but delayed the onset temperature of desorption. The combined presence of MgH2 and Fe after hydrogenation at 15 bar seems to play a catalytic role that considerably hastened the Mg–H reactions and increased the desorption kinetics. However, the desorption kinetics in both conditions was still low
URI: https://repositorio.ufrn.br/handle/123456789/33199
ISSN: 0925-8388
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