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Voronezh State University - Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells

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Date of filling in 21.06.2007
Organization name Voronezh State University
Organization adress Universitetskaya pl., 1, Voronezh, 304006, Russia
Department/Unit Physical Faculty, Chair of physics of semiconductors and microelectronics
Contact person Sokolov Yury, Ph. D. (Phys. Mat.), lecturer
Phone +7-4732-759402
E-Mail falcon@mail.ru
Web-site http://www.vsu.ru
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  • Research
  • Education
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Topic number Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
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Expertise offered We propose to consider physical-chemical processes in nanodopped systems with position of thermodynamic of non-equilibrium processes for creation of nanocomposites on palladium basis. Development of nanotechnology and technology of creation of carbon nanomaterials gives new possibilities of govern by selforganization processes and creation of high quality materials of new generation for hydrogen storage which will possess by characteristics on the world level: high level of hydrogen storage, connection of atomic hydrogen in palladium and fullerenes dopped in palladium by electrolytical method, thermal and radioactive stability of obtained nanocomposites. For effective govern by selforganization during dopping of electrolytical palladium by fullerenes the following major factors were taken: non-equilibrity of system, topological features of fractal particles, technology of fullerene’s production, problem of distribution of fullerenes in the matrix. Different methods of experimental and theoretical non-equilibrium thermodynamics, modern methods of microscopy (scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy, optical and spectral methods, methods of micro- and nanoindentation) are used for studying of dissipative processes, nanostructuring during nanocomposites obtaining by electrolytical method
Problems to be solved and results: Establishment of laws of hydrogenization of palladium films which were obtained by electrochemical method. Optimization of the process of electrochemical deposition of palladium films for their highest hydrogenization. Non-linear model of nanocomposites obtaining on the palladium basis dopped by fullerenes. Parametrization of dissipative processes at obtaining of nanocomposites on the palladium basis for their highest hydrogenization.
Scientific keywords Carbon nanomaterials Nanodopped materials Fullerenes Nanocomposition materials Selforganization
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