著者
宮岡 裕樹 市川 貴之 小島 由継
出版者
公益社団法人 日本金属学会
雑誌
日本金属学会誌 (ISSN:00214876)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.77, no.12, pp.552-558, 2013 (Released:2013-12-01)
参考文献数
26

Hydrogen is chemically absorbed into graphite by mechanical ball-milling process under H2, and its hydrogen capacity reaches to about 3.6 mass%. Noteworthy, when iron (Fe) mingles with graphite from steel balls during the milling process, the hydrogen capacity is drastically enhanced. In this work, the hydrogen absorption and desorption properties of the hydrogenated graphite with and without Fe were investigated. The hydrogen capacity of graphite including Fe was about 6 mass% (H/C), suggesting that the excess hydrogen of 2.4 mass% would originate in the Fe related phase. It is clarified by spectroscopic studies that the mingled iron formed a non-stoichiometric iron-carbon (Fe-C) phase as hydrogen absorption site. Assuming that the Fe/C ratio is 1, its hydrogen capacity is estimated to be H/(Fe-C-H)>10 mass%, which is a larger value than that of the conventional hydrogen storage materials. The hydrogen absorbed in the C-Fe phase is released at 450℃ with the transformation of the C-Fe phase to well-ordered carbides such as Fe3C. Therefore, if the C-Fe phase could be synthesized independently, it should be recognized as a promising hydrogen storage material.

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