Metal hydrides as negative electrode materials for Ni–MH batteries
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Structural, thermodynamical and electrochemical properties of metallic hydrides belonging to the pseudo-binary family A–Mg–Ni (A: rare earths) are reviewed and compared. Technology aspects of bipolar cells are also discussed.
KeywordsDischarge Capacity Spark Plasma Sinter Metal Hydride Hydrogen Desorption Intermetallic Alloy
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