Nanomaterials for hydrogen storage
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After highlighting the fundamental contributions of van’t Hoff to the emergence of modern physical chemistry, we bring out the relevance of his ideas to a problem of great contemporary interest—storageof hydrogen in nanomaterials.
Keywordsvan’t Hoff Isochore nanomaterials hydrogen storage nanothermodynamics
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