Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Metal Hydrides

  • Michael D. Hampton
  • Dmitry V. Schur
  • Svetlana Yu. Zaginaichenko
  • V. I. Trefilov

Part of the NATO Science Series book series (NAII, volume 71)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. I. O. Bashkin, M. V. Nefedova, V. G. Tissen, E. G. Ponyatovsky
    Pages 1-13
  3. I. S. Tereshina, S. A. Nikitin, V. N. Verbetsky, A. A. Salamova, V. N. Nikiforov, L. A. Ponomarenko et al.
    Pages 15-22
  4. O. K. Alexeeva, B. L. Shapir, E. A. Vinogradova, A. I. Zakharov
    Pages 35-39
  5. A. L. Gusev, V. M. Belousov, I. V. Bacherikova, L. V. Lyashenko, E. V. Rozhkova
    Pages 41-47
  6. N. G. Primakov, S. L. Galkin, V. A. Rudenko, V. V. Kazarnikov, Y. V. Konobeev
    Pages 61-69
  7. S. V. Mitrokhin, T. N. Bezuglaya, T. A. Zotov, A. G. Fridman, V. N. Verbetsky
    Pages 89-98
  8. V. P. Katashinsky, Yu. M. Solonin
    Pages 105-113
  9. J-L. Bobet, B. Chevalier, B. Darriet
    Pages 115-123
  10. N. V. Kandalova, S. P. Sirotinkin, V. N. Verbetsky
    Pages 125-130
  11. V. I. Shapovalov
    Pages 141-158
  12. Yu. A. Kareev, U. Tamm, I. S. Glushkov, E. Hutter, Yu. G. Gendel, G. Müller et al.
    Pages 159-169
  13. Ye. V. Klochko, M. V. Lototsky, V. V. Solovey, Yu. F. Shmal’ko
    Pages 193-215
  14. V. N. Borisko, Ye. V. Klochko, M. V. Lototsky, V. V. Solovey, Yu. F. Shmal’ko
    Pages 217-235
  15. S. V. Demina, L. V. Artemov, M. V. Glagolev, V. N. Lobanov, V. P. Sorokin
    Pages 237-243
  16. V. N. Verbetsky
    Pages 245-254
  17. B. P. Tarasov
    Pages 283-290
  18. Peter J. Catania
    Pages 291-308
  19. L. A. Ivashchenko, G. V. Rusakov, V. I. Ivashchenko
    Pages 333-338
  20. O. K. Alexeeva, S. Yu. Alexeev, B. L. Shapir, M. N. Tulskii.
    Pages 339-347
  21. Cristiane Dias, Elisabete Jorge Pessine
    Pages 349-356
  22. B. Baranowski, H. J. Bauer
    Pages 357-359
  23. S. K. Dolukhanyan, A. G. Aleksanyan, N. N. Aghajanyan, V. Sh. Shekhtman, O. P. Ter-Galstyan
    Pages 361-374
  24. E. A. Evard, A. A. Kurdumov, F. N. Berseneva, I. E. Gabis
    Pages 375-382
  25. Igor E. Gabis, Evgeny A. Evard, Sergey K. Gordeev, Thommy Ekström
    Pages 383-390
  26. F. Muktepavela, M. Vasylyev
    Pages 391-403
  27. O. Yu. Khyzhun, Yu. M. Solonin, V. D. Dobrovolsky
    Pages 405-414
  28. Yu. M. Solonin, V. D. Dobrovolsky, O. Yu. Khyzhun, V. V. Skorokhod, O. Z. Galii
    Pages 415-422
  29. S. Yu. Zaginaichenko, Z. A. Matysina, D. V. Schur, V. A. Chumak
    Pages 429-440
  30. A. Misiuk, J. Bk-Misiuk, A. Barcz, A. Romano-Rodriguez, I. V. Antonova, V. P. Popov et al.
    Pages 441-445
  31. P. I. Gavrilov, V. P. Sorokin, A. V. Stengach, A. P. Kalacheva
    Pages 447-457
  32. Back Matter
    Pages 479-483

About this book


In September, 1999, with the generous support of NATO, scientists from 18 different nations gathered in Katsiveli, Yalta, Ukraine at the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Metal Hydrides to present their research and to discuss world energy problems and possible solutions, interactions of hydrogen with materials, the role of hydrogen in materials science, and the chemistry of metal hydrides. High level and highly professional presentations were accompanied by a great deal of discussion and debate of the issues from both fundamental and global perspectives. The result was a large number of new collaborations, new directions, and better understanding of energy and materials issues. The research presented at this meeting can be found in this volume. These papers range from global perspectives such as the new vision of energy and how hydrogen fits into that future, to reviews such as a look at nickel hydride over the last 40 years, to very specific current research. A large number of papers are included on hydrogen and materials. These papers include articles on properties such as superconductivity, diffusion EMF, magnetic properties, physico­ chemical properties, phase composition, and permeability as a result of the interaction with or incorporation of hydrogen. Also included are papers discussing the use of hydrogen as a processing or alloying agent. The use of hydrogen in the synthesis of battery electrode materials, composite materials, and alloys is also presented.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Michael D. Hampton
    • 1
  • Dmitry V. Schur
    • 2
  • Svetlana Yu. Zaginaichenko
    • 3
  • V. I. Trefilov
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of Central FloridaOrlandoUSA
  2. 2.Institute of Hydrogen and Solar EnergyUkrainian Academy of SciencesKievUkraine
  3. 3.Institute for Problems of Materials ScienceUkrainian Academy of SciencesKievUkraine

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Kluwer Academic Publishers 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4020-0731-6
  • Online ISBN 978-94-010-0558-6
  • Series Print ISSN 1568-2609
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