Hydrogen Adsorption on Agricultural-Based Activated Carbons, Zeolite Templated-Carbons and Clay-Based Materials; A Review

Journal of Industrial Engineering Research, 1(5) Special 2015, Pages: 1-7

7 Pages Posted: 13 Jul 2017

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Nikmah Sawai

Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) - Department of Industrial Chemical Technology

Farah Harun

Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) - Faculty of Science and Technology

Date Written: June 16, 2015

Abstract

Hydrogen storage has become the main challenge in making hydrogen-fuelled economy into reality. Among the approaches is the adsorption on solid-state material. Porous materials, such as agricultural-based activated carbon, zeolite templated-carbons, and clay-based materials are known to possess a great utility in adsorption of hydrogen. This paper aims to review and summarize the recent advances of the materials that are currently under investigation to store hydrogen in solid-state materials. In this paper, comparison between the achievements of the agricultural-based activated carbon, zeolite templated-carbons and clay-based materials as the sorbent materials has been discussed. In a nutshell, by tailoring their textural properties, they show a remarkable potential in storing hydrogen.

Keywords: Hydrogen adsorption, Hydrogen storage, Activated carbon, Agricultural Zeolite templated-carbons, Clay-based materials

Suggested Citation

Sawai, Nikmah and Harun, Farah, Hydrogen Adsorption on Agricultural-Based Activated Carbons, Zeolite Templated-Carbons and Clay-Based Materials; A Review (June 16, 2015). Journal of Industrial Engineering Research, 1(5) Special 2015, Pages: 1-7 . Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2796712

Nikmah Sawai (Contact Author)

Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) - Department of Industrial Chemical Technology ( email )

Bandar Bam
Nilai, Negeri Sembilan 71800
Malaysia

Farah Harun

Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) - Faculty of Science and Technology

Bandar Bam
Nilai, Negeri Sembilan 71800
Malaysia

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