Porous boron absorbing

Researchers in Europe have developed a hydrogen storage material based on porous magnesium borohydride that can safely adsorb large quantities of the gas via both a physical and a chemical mechanism. They used X-ray diffraction, infra-red and Raman spectroscopy to investigate this material.

via Infrared – Your Guide to IR, FTIR and NIR spectroscopy.

Author: David Bradley

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