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The Hydrogen Production from the Hydrolysis of Mg-Graphite Pellet for Military Fuel Cells
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 Title & Authors
The Hydrogen Production from the Hydrolysis of Mg-Graphite Pellet for Military Fuel Cells
Park, Minsun; Yu, Minkyu; Kim, Jongsoo; Kwon, Hyuksang;
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 Abstract
On board hydrogen generation from the hydrolysis of an active metal is very attractive due to its economical, convenient, and safe reasons. A Mg-graphite pellet has been designed as a hydrogen source for portable fuel cell. Mg (1 g) + 0.10 g graphite pellet showed an excellent hydrogen generation rate that is equivalent to 15.8 ml/g.min from its hydrolysis. The hydrogen generation rate of the pellet is significantly increased due to the galvanic corrosion by galvanic cells between Mg anode and graphite cathode in a 10.wt. % NaCl solution at a room temperature.
 Keywords
Galvanic Corrosion;Hydrolysis;Hydrogen Generation;Mg-Graphite;
 Language
Korean
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