WO/2015/177773 MIXED METAL OXIDE CATALYSTS FOR AMMONIA DECOMPOSITION||WO||26.11.2015|
||PCT/IB2015/053799||SABIC GLOBAL TECHNOLOGIES B.V. ||ZHANG, Hui |
Systems and methods for ammonia decomposition catalysts are described. Systems and methods may include providing a first solution, where the first solution includes a first metal soluble salt of cobalt, nickel, iron, and a combination thereof; a second metal soluble salt of magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium, and a combination thereof; a third metal soluble salt of lanthanide elements, and a combination thereof; and a fourth metal soluble salt of aluminum, transition metals, alkali metals, and a combination thereof. The first metal oxide, the second metal oxide, the third metal oxide, and the fourth metal oxide may be co-precipitated from the first solution at a pH between approximately 6.0 and approximately 11.0 to form a hydrotalcite- like structured material. The co-precipitated material may be aged and dried. The aged, dried, co-precipitated material may be decomposed to form a final catalyst product.
WO/2015/175640 HYDROGEN STORAGE MULTI-PHASE ALLOYS||WO||19.11.2015|
||PCT/US2015/030534||BASF CORPORATION ||KWO, Young |
A multi-phase hydrogen storage alloy
comprising a hexagonal Ce2Ni7 phase and a hexagonal Pr5Co19 phase, where the Ce2Ni7 phase abundance is > 30 wt% and the Pr5Co19 phase abundance is > 8 wt% and where the alloy comprises a mischmetal where Nd in the mischmetal is < 50 at% or a multi-phase hydrogen storage alloy
comprising one or more rare earth elements, a hexagonal Ce2Ni7 phase and a hexagonal Pr5Co19 phase, where the Ce2Ni7 phase abundance is from about 30 to about 72 wt% and the Pr5Co19 phase abundance is > 8 wt% have improved electrochemical performance. The alloys are useful in an electrode in a metal hydride battery, a fuel cell or a metal hydride air battery.
20150321911 SILICON POWDER COMPOSITION, METHOD, REACTOR AND DEVICE FOR PRODUCING HYDROGEN||US||12.11.2015|
A silicon powder composition, method, reactor and device for producing hydrogen. Silicon powder composition includes silicon powder, precipitation agent and alkaline substance; wherein alkaline substance is a weak acid salt of alkali metal; mass ratio of alkaline substance to silicon powder is greater than or equal to 0.06:1 and less than or equal to 4:1; silicon powder is a silicon powder with average particle diameter of less than or equal to 1 mm; molar stoichiometric ratio of precipitation agent to silicon in the silicon powder is greater than or equal to 0.12:1 and less than or equal to 4:1. Also presented is a method and reactor for producing hydrogen, and reaction device for producing hydrogen. Silicon powder composition of invention is an optimized formulation which needs no pre-treatment, contains no highly corrosive alkalis, and does not easily burn or explode. Reactor structure and device of invention have relatively high practicability.
WO/2015/169758 HYDROGEN-STORING COMPONENT COMPOSED OF SLIP, DEVICE, AND METHOD THEREFOR||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/059738||GKN SINTER METALS ENGINEERING GMBH ||CASELLAS, Antonio |
The invention relates to a method for producing a hydrogen storage
element for a hydrogen store, wherein slip is provided, which has a hydrogen storage
material. The slip is introduced into a mold and moisture is withdrawn from the slip in order to produce a body. The hydrogen storage
element is produced from the body.
WO/2015/169815 HYDROGEN-STORING COMPONENT FROM A MELT||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/059882||GKN SINTER METALS ENGINEERING GMBH ||CASELLAS, Antonio |
The invention relates to a strip-shaped, metal-containing, preferably metal form of a component of a hydrogen store, wherein the form assumes one of the following primary functions in the hydrogen store: thermal conduction, gas feed-through, insulation, and/or hydrogen storage
, wherein the strip-shaped, metal-containing, preferably metal form is rolled. The invention further relates to a method for production and to a device for production.
WO/2015/169760 POURABLE, HYDROGENABLE MATERIAL FOR USE IN A HYDROGEN STORE||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/059741||GKN SINTER METALS ENGINEERING GMBH ||CASELLAS, Antonio |
The present invention concerns a pourable, hydrogenable material, preferably hydrogenable particles, for use in a hydrogen store, the material being coated, preferably with powder particles, so as to also protect against oxidation. The invention also concerns a hydrogen store, a method for hydrogen storage
and a method for producing a hydrogen store.
WO/2015/169740 HYDROGEN STORAGE ELEMENT FOR A HYDROGEN STORE||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/059706||GKN SINTER METALS ENGINEERING GMBH ||CASELLAS, Antonio |
The hydrogen storage
element for a hydrogen store comprises a pressed article (1) having a hydrogen-storing first material (2) and having a thermally conductive second material (3), wherein the second material (3) is in thermal contact with the hydrogen-storing first material (2) and has, in some regions, a different three-dimensional distribution within the pressed article (1).
WO/2015/169746 HYDROGEN-STORAGE-ELEMENT PRODUCTION DEVICE TOGETHER WITH METHOD THEREFOR AND HYDROGEN STORAGE ELEMENT||WO||12.11.2015|
||PCT/EP2015/059716||GKN SINTER METALS ENGINEERING GMBH ||CASELLAS, Antonio |
The invention relates to a hydrogen
-element production device, comprising a cavity to be filled and at least a first material feed of a first material and a second material feed of a second material, wherein the first and the second material feed are arranged separated from each other, with a feeding device for feeding the first and the second material into the cavity to be filled, wherein the first material is a primarily hydrogen-storing material and the second material is a primarily heat-conducting and/or gas-conducting material.
2942325 METAL TIN-CARBON COMPOSITES, METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAID COMPOSITES, ANODE ACTIVE MATERIAL FOR NON-AQUEOUS LITHIUM SECONDARY BATTERIES WHICH IS PRODUCED USING SAID COMPOSITES, ANODE FOR NON-AQUEOUS LITHIUM SECONDARY BATTERIES WHICH COMPRISES SAID ANODE ACTIVE MATERIAL, AND NON-AQUEOUS LITHIUM SECONDARY BATTERY||EP||11.11.2015|
||14764494||DAINIPPON INK & CHEMICALS||ZHU PEIXIN|
A metal tin-carbon composite having excellent properties required for various use applications, a method for producing the composite at low cost and in a simple manner, and use applications of a non-aqueous lithium secondary battery produced using the composite are provided. A metal tin-carbon composite comprising metal tin nanoparticles (B) contained in a sheet-like matrix (A) composed of carbon, wherein the metal tin-carbon composite contains the metal tin nanoparticle (B) having a particle size of a range of 0.2 nm to 5 nm and does not contain a coarse metal tin particle having a particle size of 1 µm or more, a preferable method for producing the composite using a specific precursor, an anode active material for a non-aqueous lithium secondary battery comprising the composite, a negative electrode for non-aqueous lithium secondary battery using the anode active material, and a non-aqueous lithium secondary battery.
20150315018 MIXING DEVICE FOR A FUEL REFORMER FOR CONVERTING HYDROCARBON FUELS INTO HYDROGEN RICH GAS||US||05.11.2015|
A mixing device for a fuel reformer for mixing at least two fluids is provided. The mixing device includes at least a first plurality of holes which is arranged along a first row, and a second plurality of holes which is arranged along a second row. The mixing device can be used in a fuel reformer for converting hydrocarbon fuel into hydrogen rich gas by auto-thermal reaction process having a, preferably cylindrically shaped and double walled, housing with two side walls forming a reaction chamber of the fuel reformer, wherein hydrocarbon fuel and an oxidizing agent are mixed by the mixing device.