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Type of catalytic materials based on active metal-hydrogen-electronegative element complexes involving hydrogen transfer










Image Number 12 for United States Patent #7811957.

Compositions are described for catalyzing or facilitating hydrogen transfer kinetics in various kinds of chemical reactions that depend on the efficiency of hydrogen relocation or exchange. One such composition has the formula M-H-E, where M is a metal, metalloid, alloy of a metal, alloy of a metalloid, compound of a metal or compound of a metalloid, H is hydrogen and E is an electronegative element. Another such composition is a hydrogen storage composition that includes the catalytic composition having the formula M-H-E and a hydride or a material capable of absorbing hydrogen to form a hydride.








 
 
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