Enhanced Hydrolysis Performance of Al-Li-Ni3Sn2 Composites for Hydrogen Generation and Relative Mechanism

Enhanced Hydrolysis Performance of Al-Li-Ni3Sn2 Composites for Hydrogen Generation and Relative Mechanism

Wei Xia Zhujian Li Haifei Long Jindan Chen Ting Li Mei Qiang FanYong Jin Zou 

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, China Jiliang University, Hangzhou 310018, P R China

Guangxi Key Laboratory of Information Materials, Guilin University of Electronic Technology, Guilin 541004, P.R. China

Corresponding Author Email: 
fanmeiqiang@126.com
Page: 
149-153
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.14447/jnmes.v18i3.361
Received: 
8 May 2015
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Accepted: 
10 July 2015
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Published: 
30 September 2015
| Citation
Abstract: 

The Al-Li-Ni3Sn2 composites were prepared via milling method and their hydrolysis performance was presented in the paper. The milled Al-Li-Ni3Sn2 composites showed high hydrolysis performance at 30-600C, especially that Al-3.5wt%Li-20wt%Ni3Sncomposite had 100% and 1103 ml hydrogen/g of hydrogen yield within 20 min at 500C.The hydrolysis performance improvement of Al-Li-Ni3Sncomposite was due to the addition of Ni3Sn2 while Ni3Sn2 combined with Al and formed nano structure of Ni-based alloys deposited on the surface of Al. The structure of Al-(Ni alloy) could act as active sites in the hydrolysis process because the milled products such as AlNi, Al-NiSn and Al- Ni3Snhad high electrochemical activity in the hydrolysis process. Therefore, Al-Li-Ni3Sn2composites were a potential hydrogen source for fuel cell.

Keywords: 

Ni3Sn2, hydrolysis, active sites, hydrogenation generation

1. Introduction
2. Experimental
3. Results and Discussion
4. Conclusion
Acknowledgements

This work was financially supported by Scientific research foun-dation for the returned scholars, research fund of key laboratory for advanced technology in environmental projection of Jiangsu prov-ince (AE201304) and Guangxi Key Laboratory of Information Materials (Guilin University of Electronic Technology), China (Project No. 1210908-02-K).

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