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1. 20160244329 A METHOD FOR PREPARING METAL COMPLEX HYDRIDE NANORODSUS25.08.2016
C01B 6/24
14380662ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITYYONGFENG LIU

A method for preparing metal complex hydride nanorods, comprising the steps of: (1) preparing one-dimensional coordination polymers by mixing metal complex hydrides with organic solvents and subsequent drying; (2) preparing coordination polymer nanostructures by mechanical milling the one-dimensional coordination polymers that obtained from step (1), in which the one-dimensional coordination polymers are vaporized and then deposited onto the substrate; (3) preparing metal complex hydride nanorods by removing the organic ligands from the coordination polymer nanostructures that obtained from step (2). This method is simple and feasible, and exhibits excellent generality. Moreover, the purity of the metal complex hydrides nanostructures is high.


2. 20160248136 METAL HYDRIDE-AIR (MH-AIR) BATTERY FOR LOW COST STORAGE APPLICATIONSUS25.08.2016
H01M 12/08
14641168CALIFORNIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYRatnakumar V. BUGGA

Metal hydride-air batteries and methods for their use are provided. An exemplary metal-hydride air battery includes an alkaline exchange membrane provided between the positive electrode and the negative electrode of the battery. The alkaline exchange membrane provides for transfer of hydroxide ions through the membrane. Optionally the alkaline exchange membrane limits transport of other species through the membrane.


3. WO/2016/132406 POWER SUPPLY SYSTEMWO25.08.2016
H02J 3/38
PCT/JP2015/004502KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOSHIBAOTA, Hiroyuki
Provided is a power supply system requiring not much installation work and capable of reducing the work period. The power supply system of an embodiment has a unit including a hydrogen storage device and a unit including a fuel cell power generator device. The fuel cell power generator device uses hydrogen stored in the hydrogen storage device to perform power generation, and outputs power generated by the power generation.

4. 20160237533 NON-EVAPORABLE GETTER ALLOYS PARTICULARLY SUITABLE FOR HYDROGEN AND CARBON MONOXIDE SORPTIONUS18.08.2016
C22C 30/00
15025537SAES GETTERS S.P.A.Alberto CODA

Getter devices with improved sorption rate, based on powders of quaternary alloys particularly suitable for hydrogen and carbon monoxide sorption, are described. Quaternary alloys having a composition comprising zirconium, vanadium, titanium and aluminum as main constituent elements are also described.


5. WO/2016/130621 HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOYSWO18.08.2016
C22C 30/00
PCT/US2016/017257BASF CORPORATIONYOUNG, Kwo
Hydrogen storage alloys comprising a) at least one electrochemically active main phase and b) at least one electrochemically active secondary phase; and/or comprising a) at least one main phase, b) a storage secondary phase comprising one or more rare earth elements and c) a catalytic secondary phase, where the abundance of the storage secondary phase is > 0.5 wt% and the abundance of the catalytic secondary phase is from about 0.3 to about 15 wt%, based on the alloy; exhibit improved electrochemical properties, for example improved low temperature electrochemical properties.

6. WO/2016/130624 HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOYSWO18.08.2016
C22C 30/00
PCT/US2016/017261BASF CORPORATIONYOUNG, Kwo
Hydrogen storage alloys comprising a metal oxide containing ≥ 60 at% oxygen; and/or comprising metal regions separated by a boundary region, which boundary region comprises at least one channel; and/or comprising metal regions separated by a boundary region, where the boundary region has a length and an average width, where the average width is from about 12 nm to about 1 100 nm; and/or comprising a metal oxide zone comprising a metal oxide, which oxide zone is aligned with at least one channel; and/or comprising a Ni/Cr metal oxide have improved electrochemical properties, for instance improved low temperature electrochemical performance.

7. WO/2016/130561 HYDROGEN STORAGE ALLOYSWO18.08.2016
C22C 30/04
PCT/US2016/017170BASF CORPORATIONYOUNG, Kwo
Hydrogen storage alloys comprising a) at least one main phase, b) a storage secondary phase and c) a catalytic secondary phase, where the weight ratio of the catalytic secondary phase abundance to the storage secondary phase abundance is ≥ 3; or comprising a) at least one main phase, b) from 0 to 13.3 wt% of a storage secondary phase and c) a catalytic secondary phase, where the alloy comprises from 0.05 to 0.98 at% of one or more rare-earth elements, or the alloy comprises for example i) one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Ti, Zr, Nb and Hf and ii) one or more elements selected from the group consisting of V, Cr, Mn, Ni, Sn, Al, Co, Cu, Mo, W, Fe, Si, Sn and rare earth elements, where the atomic ratio of ii) to i) is from 1.80 to 1.98; exhibit improved electrochemical properties at low temperature.

8. 3056273 CATALYST USED FOR DEHYDROGENATION OF FORMIC ACID, METHOD FOR DEHYDROGENATING FORMIC ACID, AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING HYDROGENEP17.08.2016
B01J 31/22
14851906NAT INST OF ADVANCED IND SCIENHIMEDA YUICHIRO
A catalyst including, as effective ingredient, complex represented by Formula (1) which contains bidentate ligand including aromatic heterocyclic 5-membered ring having 2 or more nitrogen atoms, or represented by Formula (2) which contains bidentate ligand including: aromatic heterocyclic 5-membered ring having 2 or more nitrogen atoms; and 6-membered ring having 1 or more nitrogen atoms, isomer or salt of the complex: where M 1 and M 2 denote transition metal such as iridium; X 1 to X 16 each independently denote nitrogen or carbon; R 1 to R 13 denote, for example, hydrogen atom, alkyl group, or hydroxy group, provided that when X i (where i denotes 13 to 16) is nitrogen, R i is absent at position corresponding to the nitrogen; L 1 and L 2 denote, for example, an aromatic anionic ligand; Z 1 and Z 2 denote any ligand or are absent; and m and n denote positive integer, 0, or negative integer.

9. 20160233493 Hydrogen Storage AlloysUS11.08.2016
H01M 4/38
14619417BASF CorporationKwo Young

Hydrogen storage alloys comprising a) at least one electrochemically active main phase and b) at least one electrochemically active secondary phase; and/or comprising a) at least one main phase, b) a storage secondary phase comprising one or more rare earth elements and c) a catalytic secondary phase, where the abundance of the storage secondary phase is >0.5 wt % and the abundance of the catalytic secondary phase is from about 0.3 to about 15 wt %, based on the alloy; exhibit improved electrochemical properties, for example improved low temperature electrochemical properties.


10. 20160233494 Hydrogen Storage AlloysUS11.08.2016
H01M 4/38
14619436BASF CorporationKwo Young

Hydrogen storage alloys comprising a) at least one electrochemically active main phase and b) at least one electrochemically active secondary phase; and/or comprising a) at least one main phase, b) a storage secondary phase comprising one or more rare earth elements and c) a catalytic secondary phase, where the abundance of the storage secondary phase is >0.5 wt % and the abundance of the catalytic secondary phase is from about 0.3 to about 15 wt %, based on the alloy; exhibit improved electrochemical properties, for example improved low temperature electrochemical properties.



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