Posted in Events     |     Jul 13th 2016

Hiden to Exhibit at MH 2016

The 15th International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems (MH2016)

Hiden is exhibiting at the 15th International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems (MH2016), the world largest conference on hydrogen in materials. The event will take place from 7–12 August 2016 in Interlaken, Switzerland.

The topics covered by MH2016 are separated into three main themes: Fundamental Properties, Materials, and Applications.

Fundamental properties of metal-hydrogen systems:

  • Crystal structures, thermodynamics, and phase diagrams
  • Catalysis and reaction kinetics
  • Diffusion and transport phenomena
  • Surface and interface effects
  • Physical properties
  • Material synthesis and characterisation
  • Isotope (H, D, and T) effects
  • Extreme conditions (high pressure, high-temperature hydrides)

Materials involving hydrogen:

  • Metallic hydrides
  • Ionic and complex hydrides
  • Chemical and organic hydrides
  • Nanoporous materials

Applications of metal-hydrogen systems:

  • Hydrogen storage systems
  • Large scale storage and transport of hydrogen
  • Electrochemical applications: batteries and fuel cells
  • Hydrogen purification: solid state diffusion and porous systems
  • Effects of hydrogen on structural and containment materials
  • Other applications of metal-hydrogen systems

For more information or to register visit the MH2016 conference website, or if you’d like to arrange a meeting with Hiden at the event, get in touch.

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