The success of Arak University researchers in the development of clean energy

03 April 2021 | 11:38 Code : 60965 Achievements
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The success of Arak University researchers in the development of clean energy

In a recent study conducted in the form of a doctoral dissertation by Ms. Rezvan Rahimi under the supervision of Dr. Mohammad Soleimanejad at Arak University, the special capability of B2N2 nanoplate has been proven in hydrogen storage. The results of quantum mechanical simulation calculations show that this nanoplate is capable of storing 12.2% by weight of hydrogen, which is more than the target set by the US Department of Energy by 2020. The special advantage of this nanocarrier is the possibility of desorption of adsorbed hydrogen at a temperature of 15 ° C, which is the ambient temperature.