An alloy with nominal composition V85Ni15 was prepared in a vacuum induction melting apparatus. The chemical analysis of the sample showed a V (Ni) content of 82.63 (15.68) at% and small contaminations by carbon and aluminum. XRD measurements confirmed that the bcc Ni-V solid solution phase is the main constituent of the sample. However, a minor impurity (approximately 6.5 wt%) due to the precipitation of the sigma NiV3-x phase is present in the sample. Hydrogen sorption measurements extending from 150 °C up to 400 °C in a wide pressure range (up to 90 bar) were performed. Upon hydrogenation below 250 °C, one observes the subsequent presence of an α phase and of two hydride phases with different values of dehydrogenation enthalpy: ΔHdehydr = 21 ± 1 kJ/mol for 0.15 ≤ H/M ≤ 0.30 and ΔHdehydr = 26 ± 2 kJ/mol for 0.53 ≤ H/M ≤ 0.59. Above 300 °C, there is no evidence of the formation of hydrides and only an α phase is present up to the maximum measured composition, with a hydrogenation enthalpy ΔHhydr = 10.0 ± 0.5 kJ/mol. © 2017 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC

Hydrogen sorption properties of V85Ni15 / Tosti, Silvano; Santucci, Alessia; Pietropaolo, Antonio; Brutti, Sergio; Palumbo, Oriele; Trequattrini, Francesco; Paolone, Annalisa. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HYDROGEN ENERGY. - ISSN 0360-3199. - 43:5(2018), pp. 2817-2822. [10.1016/j.ijhydene.2017.12.123]

Hydrogen sorption properties of V85Ni15

Brutti, Sergio;Palumbo, Oriele;Trequattrini, Francesco;Paolone, Annalisa
2018

Abstract

An alloy with nominal composition V85Ni15 was prepared in a vacuum induction melting apparatus. The chemical analysis of the sample showed a V (Ni) content of 82.63 (15.68) at% and small contaminations by carbon and aluminum. XRD measurements confirmed that the bcc Ni-V solid solution phase is the main constituent of the sample. However, a minor impurity (approximately 6.5 wt%) due to the precipitation of the sigma NiV3-x phase is present in the sample. Hydrogen sorption measurements extending from 150 °C up to 400 °C in a wide pressure range (up to 90 bar) were performed. Upon hydrogenation below 250 °C, one observes the subsequent presence of an α phase and of two hydride phases with different values of dehydrogenation enthalpy: ΔHdehydr = 21 ± 1 kJ/mol for 0.15 ≤ H/M ≤ 0.30 and ΔHdehydr = 26 ± 2 kJ/mol for 0.53 ≤ H/M ≤ 0.59. Above 300 °C, there is no evidence of the formation of hydrides and only an α phase is present up to the maximum measured composition, with a hydrogenation enthalpy ΔHhydr = 10.0 ± 0.5 kJ/mol. © 2017 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC
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