ACTIVATED CARBON AND HYDROGEN ADSORPTION STORAGE
Activated carbons were chosen as an efficient hydrogen sorption materials to design gas storage systems. Based on experimental data empirical dependences for choosing commercially available carbon hydrogen sorbents systems were proposed. To increase gas sorption capacity technology of carbon additional activation was applied.
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