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One of their most recent publications is Effect of cerium content on microstructure and hydrogen storage performance of Ti24Cr17.5V50Fe8.5Cex (x=0–1.0) alloys. Which was published in journal Journal of Rare Earths.

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Jing MI's Articles: (2)

Effect of cerium content on microstructure and hydrogen storage performance of Ti24Cr17.5V50Fe8.5Cex (x=0–1.0) alloys

AbstractEffect of Ce addition on microstructure and hydrogen storage performance of Ti24Cr17.5V50Fe8.5Cex (x=0, 0.5at.%, 0.8at.% and 1.0at.%) alloys was studied by X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy and P-C-isotherm measurements. The results indicated that Ce addition was a useful way to improve the flatness of the plateau and increase hydrogen storage capacity of Ti24Cr17.5V50Fe8.5 alloy. It was indicated that both homogenization of composition and increase of hydrogen diffusion coefficient were the main reasons for improving the hydrogen storage performance of Ti24Cr17.5V50Fe8.5Cexalloys.

Enhancement of cerium and hydrogen storage property of a low-cost Ti-V based BCC alloy prepared by commercial ferrovanadium

AbstractBased on the analysis of XRD, SEM, P-C-isotherm measurements and absorption kinetics simulation, it was indicated that Ce addition was an effective way to inhibit the formation of C14 Laves phase, improve flatness of the plateau, increase hydrogen diffusion rate and enlarge hydrogen storage capacity. The hydrogenation capacity of Ti27.25Cr28.05V37.25Fe7.45Ce1.0 alloy prepared by commercial ferrovanadium was 3.56 wt.% measured at 298 K. The dehydrogenation capacity was 2.25 wt.% and 2.54 wt.% measured at 343 K and 453 K, respectively.

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