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Hydrogen production from diluted molasses by anaerobic hydrogen producing bacteria in an anaerobic baffled reactor (ABR)
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Hydrogen production from dimethyl ether and bioethanol for fuel cell applications
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Hydrogen production from dimethyl ether over Cu/γ-Al2O3 catalyst with zeolites and its effects in the lean NOx trap performance
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Hydrogen production from dimethyl ether using corona discharge plasma
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Hydrogen production from ethanol decomposition by a microwave plasma: Influence of the plasma gas flow
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Hydrogen production from ethanol decomposition by microwave plasma TIAGO torch
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Hydrogen production from ethanol for PEM fuel cells. An integrated fuel processor comprising ethanol steam reforming and preferential oxidation of CO
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Hydrogen production from ethanol in presence of water over cerium and nickel mixed oxides
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Hydrogen production from ethanol on Rh/MgO based catalysts: The influence of rhodium precursor on catalytic performance
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Hydrogen production from ethanol over bimetallic Rh-M/CeO2 (M = Pd or Pt)
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Hydrogen production from ethanol over Co/ZnO catalyst in a multi-layered reformer
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Hydrogen production from ethanol over Ir/CeO2 catalysts: A comparative study of steam reforming, partial oxidation and oxidative steam reforming
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Hydrogen production from ethanol over Pd–Rh/CeO2 with a metallic membrane reactor
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming in a micro-channel reactor
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming on M/CeO2/YSZ (M = Ru, Pd, Ag) nanocomposites
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming over cerium and nickel based oxyhydrides
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming over core–shell structured NixOy–, FexOy–, and CoxOy–Pd catalysts
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming over Ir/CeO2 catalysts: Enhanced stability by PrOx promotion
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming over nickel based catalyst derived from Ni/Mg/Al hydrotalcite-like compounds
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Hydrogen production from ethanol steam reforming: energy efficiency analysis of traditional and membrane processes
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Hydrogen production from ethanol with low carbon monoxide generation in a one-pot reaction with iron oxides as catalysts
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Hydrogen production from excess power in small hydroelectric installations
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Hydrogen production from food waste in anaerobic mesophilic and thermophilic acidogenesis
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Hydrogen production from fossil and renewable sources using an oxygen transport membrane
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Hydrogen production from fossil fuels with carbon capture and storage based on chemical looping systems
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Hydrogen production from glucose by a mutant strain of Rhodovulum sulfidophilum P5 in single-stage photofermentation
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Hydrogen production from glucose by co-culture of Clostridium Butyricum and immobilized Rhodopseudomonas faecalis RLD-53
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Hydrogen production from glucose used as a model compound of biomass gasified in supercritical water
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Hydrogen production from glycerin by steam reforming over nickel catalysts
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Hydrogen production from glycerol by reforming in supercritical water over Ru/Al2O3 catalyst
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Hydrogen production from glycerol by supercritical water gasification in a continuous flow tubular reactor
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Hydrogen production from glycerol on Ni/Al2O3 catalyst
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Hydrogen production from glycerol steam reforming for low- and high-temperature PEMFCs
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Hydrogen production from glycerol using halophilic fermentative bacteria
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Hydrogen production from glycerol: An update
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Hydrogen production from hazelnut shell by applying air-blown downdraft gasification technique
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Hydrogen production from heavy oil in the presence of calcium hydroxide☆
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Hydrogen production from hydrogen sulfide in a packed-bed DBD reactor
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Hydrogen production from hydrolysis of ammonia borane with limited water supply
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Hydrogen production from idle generation capacity of wind turbines
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Hydrogen production from lignite via supercritical water in flow-type reactor
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Hydrogen production from liquid hydrocarbon fuels for PEMFC application
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Hydrogen production from low temperature WGS reaction on co-precipitated Cu–CeO2 catalysts: An optimization of Cu loading
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Hydrogen production from methane and natural gas steam reforming in conventional and microreactor reaction systems
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Hydrogen production from methane and solar energy – Process evaluations and comparison studies
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Hydrogen production from methane and water at low temperature using EuPt supported on single-wall carbon nanohorns
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Hydrogen production from methane by DC spark discharge: Effect of current and voltage
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Hydrogen production from methane by steam reforming in a periodically operated two-layer catalytic reactor Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production from methane dry reforming over nickel-based nanocatalysts using surfactant-assisted or polyol method
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Hydrogen production from methane for fuel cell using oxidized diamond-supported catalysts
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Hydrogen production from methane hydrate with sequestering of carbon dioxide
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Hydrogen production from methane reforming: Thermodynamic assessment and autothermal reactor design
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Hydrogen production from methane through catalytic partial oxidation reactions
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Hydrogen production from methane under the interaction of catalytic partial oxidation, water gas shift reaction and heat recovery
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Hydrogen production from methane using vanadium-based catalytic membrane reactors
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Hydrogen production from methanol by oxidative steam reforming carried out in a membrane reactor
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Hydrogen production from methanol reforming in microwave “tornado”-type plasma
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Hydrogen production from methanol steam reforming over Cu–Ti–P oxide catalysts
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Hydrogen production from methanol using a SiC fiber-containing paper composite impregnated with Cu/ZnO catalyst Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production from methanol/water decomposition in a liquid photosystem using the anatase structure of Cu loaded
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Hydrogen production from mixed cerium oxides via three-step water-splitting cycles
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Hydrogen production from molten metal gasification
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Hydrogen production from mushroom farm waste with a two-step acid hydrolysis process
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Hydrogen production from NaBH4 hydrolysis via Co-ZIF-9 catalyst
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Hydrogen production from nano-porous Si powder formed by stain etching
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Hydrogen production from natural gas, sequestration of recovered CO2 in depleted gas wells and enhanced natural gas recovery
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Hydrogen production from organic waste
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Hydrogen production from oxidative reforming of methane on Ni/γ-Al2O3 catalysts: Effect of support promotion with La, La–Ce and La–Zr
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Hydrogen production from oxidative steam reforming of bio-butanol over CoIr-based catalysts: Effect of the support
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Hydrogen production from oxidative steam reforming of ethanol over rhodium catalysts supported on Ce–La solid solution
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Hydrogen production from oxidative steam reforming of methanol: Effect of the Cu and Ni impregnation on ZrO2 and their molecular simulation studies
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Hydrogen production from oxidative steam-reforming of n-propanol over Ni/Y2O3–ZrO2 catalysts
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Hydrogen production from palm kernel shell via integrated catalytic adsorption (ICA) steam gasification
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Hydrogen Production from Partial Oxidation and Steam Reforming of N-octane Over Alumina-supported Ni and Ni-Pd Catalysts
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Hydrogen production from partial oxidation of dimethyl ether by spark discharge plasma
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Hydrogen production from partial oxidation of dimethyl ether using corona discharge plasma
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Hydrogen production from partial oxidation of iso-octane over Ni/Ce0.75Zr0.25O2 and Ni/β″-Al2O3 catalysts Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production from photo-driven electrolysis of biomass-derived oxygenates: A case study on methanol using Pt-modified WO3 thin film electrodes
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Hydrogen production from polystyrene pyrolysis and gasification: Characteristics and kinetics
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Hydrogen production from propane in Rh-impregnated metallic microchannel reactors and alumina foams
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Hydrogen production from raw bioethanol over Rh/MgAl2O4 catalyst: Impact of impurities: Heavy alcohol, aldehyde, ester, acid and amine
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Hydrogen production from raw bioethanol steam reforming: Optimization of catalyst composition with improved stability against various impurities
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Hydrogen production from rice winery wastewater in an upflow anaerobic reactor by using mixed anaerobic cultures
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Hydrogen production from rich combustion in porous media
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Hydrogen production from rotten dates by sequential three stages fermentation
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Hydrogen production from sewage sludge solubilized in hot-compressed water using photocatalyst under light irradiation
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Hydrogen production from sewage sludge using mixed microflora inoculum: Effect of pH and enzymatic pretreatment
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Hydrogen production from sewage sludge via a fixed bed gasifier product gas
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Hydrogen production from sludge of poultry slaughterhouse wastewater treatment plant pretreated with microwave
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Hydrogen production from sodium borohydride in methanol–water mixtures
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Hydrogen production from soft-drink wastewater in an upflow anaerobic packed-bed reactor
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Hydrogen production from solar energy powered supercritical cycle using carbon dioxide
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Hydrogen production from solar thermal dissociation of methane in a high-temperature fluid-wall chemical reactor
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Hydrogen production from solar thermal dissociation of natural gas: development of a 10 kW solar chemical reactor prototype
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Hydrogen production from solid reactions between MAlH4 and NH4Cl
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Hydrogen production from solid sodium borohydride
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Hydrogen production from solid sodium borohydride with hydrogen peroxide decomposition reaction
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Hydrogen production from some agricultural residues by catalytic subcritical and supercritical water gasification
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Hydrogen production from steam and autothermal reforming of LPG over high surface area ceria
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Hydrogen production from steam methane reforming coupled with in situ CO2 capture: Conceptual parametric study
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of acetic acid over Cu–Zn supported calcium aluminate
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of bioethanol using Cu/Ni/K/γ-Al2O3 catalysts. Effect of Ni
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of coke oven gas and its utility for indirect reduction of iron oxides in blast furnace
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of ethanol and glycerol over ceria-supported metal catalysts
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of ethanol over Ni/MgO-CeO2 catalyst at low temperature
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of ethanol using a ceria-supported iridium catalyst: Effect of different ceria supports
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of glycerol over Ni/CeZrO catalysts
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Hydrogen production from steam reforming of kerosene over Ni–La and Ni–La–K/cordierite catalysts
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Hydrogen production from steam–methanol reforming: thermodynamic analysis
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Hydrogen production from sugar beet molasses – a techno-economic study
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Hydrogen production from sugars and sweet sorghum biomass using Ruminococcus albus
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Hydrogen production from sulfate- and ferrous-enriched wastewater
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Hydrogen production from supercritical water gasification of alkaline wheat straw pulping black liquor in continuous flow system
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Hydrogen production from supercritical water reforming of glycerol in an empty Inconel 625 reactor
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Hydrogen production from tetralin over microwave-accelerated Pt-supported activated carbon
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Hydrogen production from the aqueous phase derived from fast pyrolysis of biomass
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Hydrogen production from the aqueous phase derived from fast pyrolysis of biomass
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Hydrogen production from the fermentation of corn stover biomass pretreated with a steam-explosion process
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Hydrogen production from the gasification of lignin with nickel catalysts in supercritical water
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Hydrogen production from the organic fraction of municipal solid waste in anaerobic thermophilic acidogenesis: Influence of organic loading rate and microbial content of the solid waste
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Hydrogen production from the photocatalytic hydrolysis of sodium borohydride in the presence of In–, Sn–, and Sb–TiO2s
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Hydrogen production from the pyrolysis–gasification of waste tyres with a nickel/cerium catalyst
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Hydrogen production from the steam reforming of bio-butanol over novel supported Co-based bimetallic catalysts
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Hydrogen production from the steam reforming of liquid hydrocarbons in membrane reactor
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Hydrogen production from thermo-catalytic decomposition of methane using carbon black catalysts in an indirectly-irradiated tubular packed-bed solar reactor
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Hydrogen production from two-step steam methane reforming in a fluidized bed reactor
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Hydrogen production from urea wastewater using a combination of urea thermal hydrolyser–desorber loop and a hydrogen-permselective membrane reactor
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Hydrogen production from used lubricating oils
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Hydrogen production from vegetable waste by bioaugmentation of indigenous fermentative communities
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Hydrogen production from waste activated sludge by using separation membrane acid fermentation reactor and photosynthetic reactor
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Hydrogen production from wastes
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Hydrogen production from water decomposition by redox of Fe2O3 modified with single- or double-metal additives
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Hydrogen production from water gas shift reaction in a high gravity (Higee) environment using a rotating packed bed
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Hydrogen production from water hyacinth through dark- and photo- fermentation
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Hydrogen production from water splitting over Eosin Y-sensitized mesoporous-assembled perovskite titanate nanocrystal photocatalysts under visible light irradiation
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Hydrogen production from water splitting under UV light irradiation over Ag-loaded mesoporous-assembled TiO2–ZrO2 mixed oxide nanocrystal photocatalysts
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Hydrogen production from water splitting under visible light irradiation using sensitized mesoporous-assembled TiO2–SiO2 mixed oxide photocatalysts
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Hydrogen production from water–methanol solution over visible light active indium–titanium oxide photocatalysts modified with copper oxide
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Hydrogen production from water-splitting reaction based on RE-doped ceria–zirconia solid-solutions
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Hydrogen production from woody biomass by steam gasification using a CO2 sorbent
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Hydrogen production from woody biomass over supported metal catalysts in supercritical water
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Hydrogen production from yellow glycerol via catalytic oxidative steam reforming
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Hydrogen production in a compact supercritical water reformer
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Hydrogen production in a high rate fluidised bed anaerobic digester
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Hydrogen production in a light-driven photoelectrochemical cell
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Hydrogen production in a zigzag and straight catalytic wall coated micro channel reactor by CFD modeling
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Hydrogen production in an upflow anaerobic packed bed reactor used to treat cheese whey
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Hydrogen production in anaerobic reactors during shock loads—influence of formate production and H2 kinetics
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Hydrogen production in batch culture of mixed bacteria with sucrose under different iron concentrations
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Hydrogen production in membrane reactors using Rh catalysts on binary supports
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Hydrogen production in microbial electrolysis cells: Choice of catholyte
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Hydrogen production in single-chamber tubular microbial electrolysis cells using non-precious-metal catalysts
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Hydrogen production in solar reactors
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Hydrogen production in solid electrolyte membrane reactors (SEMRs)
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Hydrogen production in steam reforming of glycerol by conventional and membrane reactors
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Hydrogen production in the decomposition and steam reforming of methanol on Mo2C/carbon catalysts
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Hydrogen production in the -radiolysis of aqueous sulfuric acid solutions containing Al2O3, SiO2, TiO2 or ZrO2 fine particles
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Hydrogen production in ultrarich combustion of hydrocarbon fuels in porous media
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Hydrogen production in ultra-rich filtration combustion of methane and hydrogen sulfide
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Hydrogen production in zirconia membrane reactors for use in PEM fuel cells
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Hydrogen production of Enterobacter aerogenes altered by extracellular and intracellular redox states
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Hydrogen production of two-stage temperature steam reformer integrated with PBI membrane fuel cells to optimize thermal management
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Hydrogen production on Ni–Pd–Ce/γ-Al2O3 catalyst by partial oxidation and steam reforming of hydrocarbons for potential application in fuel cells
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Hydrogen production over Au-loaded mesoporous-assembled SrTiO3 nanocrystal photocatalyst: Effects of molecular structure and chemical properties of hole scavengers
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Hydrogen production over Fe-doped tantalum oxide from an aqueous methanol solution under the light irradiation Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production over metal-loaded mesoporous-assembled SrTiO3 nanocrystal photocatalysts: Effects of metal type and loading
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Hydrogen production over Ni/ceria-supported catalysts by partial oxidation of methane
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Hydrogen production over Rh/Ce-MCM-41 catalysts via ethanol steam reforming
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Hydrogen production performance by Enterobacter cloacae KBH3 isolated from termite guts
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Hydrogen production performance of 3-cell flat-tubular solid oxide electrolysis stack
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Hydrogen production potential of APEX fusion transmuter fueled minor actinide fluoride
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Hydrogen production potentials and fermentative characteristics of various substrates with different heat-pretreated natural microflora
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Hydrogen production probability distributions for a PV-electrolyser system
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Hydrogen production properties of Rhodobacter capsulatus with genetically modified redox balancing pathways
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Hydrogen production through an ocean thermal energy conversion system operating at an optimum temperature drop
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Hydrogen production through auto-thermal reforming of bio-ethanol over Co-based catalysts: effect of iron in Co/Al2O3 catalysts
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Hydrogen production through CO2 reforming of CH4 over Pt/CeZrO2/Al2O3 catalysts using a Pd–Ag membrane reactor
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Hydrogen production through methane–steam cyclic redox processes with iron-based metal oxides
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Hydrogen production through methanol steam reforming: Effect of synthesis parameters on Ni–Cu/CaO–SiO2 catalysts activity
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Hydrogen production through NaBH4 hydrolysis over supported Ru catalysts: An insight on the effect of the support and the ruthenium precursor
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Hydrogen production through partial oxidation of methane in a new reactor configuration
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Hydrogen production through sorption enhanced steam reforming of natural gas: Thermodynamic plant assessment
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Hydrogen production through sorption-enhanced steam methane reforming and membrane technology: A review
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Hydrogen production through steam electrolysis: Control strategies for a cathode-supported intermediate temperature solid oxide electrolysis cell
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Hydrogen production through steam electrolysis: Model-based dynamic behaviour of a cathode-supported intermediate temperature solid oxide electrolysis cell
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Hydrogen production through steam electrolysis: Model-based steady state performance of a cathode-supported intermediate temperature solid oxide electrolysis cell
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Hydrogen production through the aqueous phase reforming of ethylene glycol over supported Pt-based bimetallic catalysts
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Hydrogen production using a photoelectrocatalytic–enzymatic hybrid system
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Hydrogen production using alkaline electrolyzer and photovoltaic (PV) module
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Hydrogen production using amino acids obtained by protein degradation in waste biomass by combined dark- and photo-fermentation
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Hydrogen production using biocathode single-chamber microbial electrolysis cells fed by molasses wastewater at low temperature
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Hydrogen production using Clostridium saccharoperbutylacetonicum N1-4 (ATCC 13564)
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Hydrogen Production Using High-Temperature Steam Electrolysis Supported by Advanced Gas Reactors with Supercritical CO2 Cycles
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Hydrogen Production Using Ni–Rh on La2O3 as Potential Low-Temperature Catalysts for Membrane Reactors
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Hydrogen Production Using Ni–Rh on ZrO2 as Potential Low-Temperature Catalysts for Membrane Reactors
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Hydrogen production using Pt-loaded TiO2 photocatalysts
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Hydrogen production using Rhodobacter sphaeroides (O.U. 001) in a flat panel rocking photobioreactor
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Hydrogen production using single-chamber membrane-free microbial electrolysis cells
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Hydrogen production using sono-biohydrogenator
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Hydrogen production using the sulfur–iodine cycle coupled to a VHTR: An overview
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Hydrogen production utilizing glycerol from renewable feedstocks—The case of Brazil
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Hydrogen production via auto-thermal reforming of bio-ethanol: The role of iron in layered double hydroxide-derived Ni0.35Mg2.65AlO4.5±δ catalysts Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production via biomass gasification—A life cycle assessment approach
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Hydrogen production via CaO sorption enhanced anaerobic gasification of sawdust in a bubbling fluidized bed
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Hydrogen Production via Catalytic Decomposition of Methane
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Hydrogen production via catalytic gasification of ethanol. A mechanism proposal over copper–nickel catalysts
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Hydrogen production via catalytic pyrolysis of biomass in a two-stage fixed bed reactor system
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Hydrogen production via catalytic reforming of the bio-oil model compounds: Acetic acid, phenol and hydroxyacetone
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Hydrogen production via catalytic steam reforming of fast pyrolysis bio-oil in a two-stage fixed bed reactor system
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Hydrogen production via catalytic steam reforming of the aqueous fraction of bio-oil using nickel-based coprecipitated catalysts
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Hydrogen production via CH4 pyrolysis: Regeneration of ex hydrotalcite oxide catalysts
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Hydrogen production via decomposition of hydrogen sulfide by synergy of non-thermal plasma and semiconductor catalysis
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Hydrogen production via decomposition of methane over activated carbons as catalysts: Full factorial design
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Hydrogen production via dry reforming of butanol: Thermodynamic analysis
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Hydrogen production via electrolysis of aqueous formic acid solutions
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Hydrogen production via gasification of meat and bone meal in two-stage fixed bed reactor system
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Hydrogen production via hydrolysis reaction from ball-milled Mg-based materials
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Hydrogen production via methane decomposition on Raney-type catalysts
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Hydrogen production via methane decomposition over Al2O3–TiO2 binary oxides supported Ni catalysts: Effect of Ti content on the catalytic efficiency
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Hydrogen production via methanol steam reforming over Au/CuO, Au/CeO2, and Au/CuO–CeO2 catalysts prepared by deposition–precipitation
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Hydrogen production via partial oxidation and reforming of dimethyl ether
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Hydrogen production via partial oxidation of methane with plasma-assisted catalysis
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Hydrogen production via reforming of biogas over nanostructured Ni/Y catalyst: Effect of ultrasound irradiation and Ni-content on catalyst properties and performance
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Hydrogen production via solar-aided water splitting thermochemical cycles: Combustion synthesis and preliminary evaluation of spinel redox-pair materials
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Hydrogen production via sorption enhanced steam reforming of butanol: Thermodynamic analysis
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Hydrogen production via steam and autothermal reforming of beef tallow: A thermodynamic investigation
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Hydrogen production via steam gasification of ash free coals
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Hydrogen production via steam reforming of bio-oil components over calcium aluminate supported nickel and noble metal catalysts Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production via steam reforming of ethyl alcohol over nano-structured indium oxide catalysts
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Hydrogen production via steam reforming of LPG on Ni/Zeolite catalysts
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Hydrogen production via steam reforming of methanol over Cu/(Ce,Gd)O2−x catalysts
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Hydrogen production via steam–iron reaction using iron oxide modified with very small amounts of palladium and zirconia Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production via steam-methane reforming in a SOMBRERO fusion breeder with ceramic fuel particles
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Hydrogen production via sulfur-based thermochemical cycles: Part 1: Synthesis and evaluation of metal oxide-based candidate catalyst powders for the sulfuric acid decomposition step
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Hydrogen production via sulfur-based thermochemical cycles: Part 2: Performance evaluation of Fe2O3-based catalysts for the sulfuric acid decomposition step
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Hydrogen production via sulfur-based thermochemical cycles: Part 3: Durability and post-characterization of silicon carbide honeycomb substrates coated with metal oxide-based candidate catalysts for the sulfuric acid decomposition step
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Hydrogen production via supercritical water gasification of bagasse using unpromoted and zinc promoted Ru/γ-Al2O3 nanocatalysts
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Hydrogen production via the aqueous phase reforming of ethylene glycol over platinum-supported ordered mesoporous carbon catalysts: Effect of structure and framework-configuration
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Hydrogen production via the aqueous phase reforming of polyols over three dimensionally mesoporous carbon supported catalysts
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Hydrogen production via the catalytic cracking of ethane over Ni/SiO2 catalysts Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production via the direct cracking of methane over Ni/SiO2: catalyst deactivation and regeneration Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production via the direct cracking of methane over silica-supported nickel catalysts Original Research Article
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Hydrogen production via the solar thermal decarbonization of fossil fuels
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Hydrogen production via water splitting process in a molten-salt fusion breeder
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Hydrogen production with a solar steam–methanol reformer and colloid nanocatalyst
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Hydrogen production with effluent from an anaerobic baffled reactor (ABR) using a single-chamber microbial electrolysis cell (MEC)
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Hydrogen production with Ga2BiSbO7, Fe2BiSbO7 and Gd2BiSbO7 as photocatalysts under visible light irradiation
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Hydrogen production with integrated microchannel fuel processor for portable fuel cell systems
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Hydrogen production with integrated microchannel fuel processor using methanol for portable fuel cell systems
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Hydrogen production with nickel powder cathode catalysts in microbial electrolysis cells
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Hydrogen production with R. faecalis RLD-53 isolated from freshwater pond sludge
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Hydrogen production with the microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii grown in a compact tubular photobioreactor immersed in a scattering light nanoparticle suspension
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Hydrogen production: Two stage processes for waste degradation
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Hydrogen productivity of photosynthetic bacteria on dark fermenter effluent of potato steam peels hydrolysate
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Hydrogen Protection of Hot-Water Networks against Corrosion
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Hydrogen Protection of Hot-Water Networks against Corrosion
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Hydrogen pump using a high-temperature proton conductor for nuclear fusion engineering applications
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Hydrogen pumping effect induced by fuel starvation in a single cell of a PEM fuel cell stack at galvanostatic operation
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Hydrogen purification for fuel cells: selective oxidation of carbon monoxide on Pt–Fe/zeolite catalysts
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Hydrogen purification for PEM fuel cells using membranes prepared by ion-exchange of Na-LTA/carbon membranes
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Hydrogen purification using a SAPO-34 membrane
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Hydrogen purification using compact pressure swing adsorption system for fuel cell
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Hydrogen purification using room-temperature ionic liquids
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Hydrogen quality for fuel cell vehicles – A modeling study of the sensitivity of impurity content in hydrogen to the process variables in the SMR–PSA pathway
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Hydrogen quality from decarbonized fossil fuels to fuel cells
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Hydrogen quantification of magnetron sputtered hydrogenated amorphous carbon (a-C:H) coatings produced at various bias voltages and their tribological behavior under different humidity levels
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Hydrogen radical anions and electron bubbles in solid hydrogen
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Hydrogen radical cleaning and low energy electron stimulated desorption of surface contaminants for MBE regrowth of GaAs
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Hydrogen Raman shifts in carbon nanotubes from molecular dynamics simulation
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Hydrogen reactivity toward carbon monoxide under mechanochemical processing
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Hydrogen recombination on a mixed adsorption layer at saturation on a metal surface: H → (D + H)sat + Ni(1 0 0)
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Hydrogen recovery from cyclohexane as a chemical hydrogen carrier using a palladium membrane reactor
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Hydrogen recovery from the electrocoagulation treatment of dye-containing wastewater
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Hydrogen recovery from the purge stream of a cyclohexane production process using a mass exchange heuristic
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Hydrogen recovery from the purge stream of an HDA process using the concept of Mass Exchange Networks
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Hydrogen recovery, cleaning, compression, storage, dispensing, distribution system and End-Uses on the university campus from combined heat, hydrogen and power system
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Hydrogen recycling and puffing at a poloidal limiter of TJ-II
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Hydrogen recycling study by Balmer lines emissions in linear plasma machine TPE
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Hydrogen redistribution and enhanced thermal donor formation at post implantation annealing of p-type hydrogen implanted Czochralski silicon
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Hydrogen redistribution and enhanced thermal donor formation at post implantation annealing of p-type hydrogen implanted Czochralski silicon
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Hydrogen redistribution in CVD SiO2 during post-oxidation annealing investigated by SIMS
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Hydrogen reduced graphene oxide/metal grid hybrid film: towards high performance transparent conductive electrode for flexible electrochromic devices
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Hydrogen reduction following severe accidents using the dual recombiner—igniter concept Original Research Article
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Hydrogen reduction of copper bleed solution from an Indian copper smelter for producing high purity copper powders
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Hydrogen refueling station compression and storage optimization with tube-trailer deliveries
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Hydrogen refueling station costs in Shanghai
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Hydrogen related peaks in Cu–LaNi4.7Al0.3
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Hydrogen related point defects in silicon based layers: Si(·)H and SiOOH
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Hydrogen related risks within a private garage: Concentration measurements in a realistic full scale experimental facility
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Hydrogen release and atmospheric dispersion: Experimental studies and comparison with parametric simulations
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Hydrogen release and retention from porous graphite
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Hydrogen release behavior from graphite under pulsed laser irradiation
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Hydrogen release from 800 MeV proton-irradiated tungsten
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Hydrogen release from a high pressure gaseous hydrogen reservoir in case of a small leak
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Hydrogen release from a mixture of NaBH4 and Mg(OH)2
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Hydrogen release from ammonia borane and derivatives in the presence of a ruthenium complex incorporating cooperative PNP ligands
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Hydrogen release from ammonia borane dissolved in an ionic liquid
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Hydrogen release from ammonia borane embedded in mesoporous silica scaffolds: SBA-15 and MCM-41
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Hydrogen release from charged fragments of the uracil cation followed by their fragmentation: A DFT study
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Hydrogen release from deposition layers formed from 316 stainless steel by hydrogen plasma sputtering
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Hydrogen release from hydrolysis of borazane on Pt- and Ni-based alloy catalysts
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Hydrogen release from irradiated vanadium alloy V–4Cr–4Ti
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Hydrogen release from sodium borohydrides at low temperature by the addition of zinc fluoride
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Hydrogen release from solid state NaBH4
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Hydrogen release from systems containing phosphine, borane, alane and galane: A mechanistic study
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Hydrogen release from titanium hydride in foaming of orthopedic NiTi scaffolds
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Hydrogen releasing reaction between Mg(NH2)2 and CaH2
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Hydrogen removal via ICRF technique on HT-7 – experiment and modeling on neutral energies
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Hydrogen retention and depth profile in divertor tiles of Jt-60 exposed to hydrogen discharges
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Hydrogen retention and erosion of carbon–tungsten mixed material
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Hydrogen retention in divertor tiles used in JT-60 for hydrogen discharge period
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Hydrogen retention in gallium samples exposed to ISTTOK plasmas
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Hydrogen retention in graphite and carbon materials under a fusion reactor environment
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Hydrogen retention in ITER relevant mixed material layers
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Hydrogen retention of carbon dust prepared by arc discharge and electron beam irradiation
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Hydrogen retention of carbon dust produced in JT-60
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Hydrogen retention properties of co-deposition under high-density plasmas in TRIAM-1M
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Hydrogen retention properties of polycrystalline tungsten and helium irradiated tungsten
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Hydrogen rich fuel gas production by gasification of wet biomass using a CO2 sorbent
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Hydrogen rich fuel gas production from the pyrolysis of wet sewage sludge at high temperature
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Hydrogen rich gas mixture from olive husk via pyrolysis
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Hydrogen rich gas production by the autothermal reforming of biodiesel (FAME) for utilization in the solid-oxide fuel cells: A thermodynamic analysis
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Hydrogen rich gas production by thermocatalytic decomposition of kenaf biomass
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Hydrogen rich gas production via nano-catalytic gasification of bagasse in supercritical water
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Hydrogen rich gas production via nano-catalytic pyrolysis of bagasse in a dual bed reactor
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Hydrogen safety aspects related to high-pressure polymer electrolyte membrane water electrolysis
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Hydrogen safety engineering framework and elementary design safety tools
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Hydrogen safety training for laboratory researchers and technical personnel
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Hydrogen safety: The road toward green technology
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Hydrogen segregation in the area of threefold junctions of grain boundaries
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Hydrogen segregation in the area of three-fold junctions of grain boundaries
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Hydrogen segregation on a palladium hydride surface
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Hydrogen selective gas sensor in humid environment based on polymer coated nanostructured-doped tin oxide
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Hydrogen selective gas sensor in humid environment based on polymer coated nanostructured-doped tin oxide
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Hydrogen selective properties of CsHSO4 based membranes
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Hydrogen selective thin palladium–copper composite membranes on alumina supports
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Hydrogen selenide in M–Se and C–Se bond formation. [Cp*3Ir3Se2]2+ clusters: New synthesis, molecular and electronic structure and related studies
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Hydrogen selenide in M–Se and C–Se bond formation. [Cp*3Ir3Se2]2+ clusters: New synthesis, molecular and electronic structure and related studies
339
Hydrogen sensing ability of Pd-based amorphous alloys
340
Hydrogen sensing and mechanism of M-doped SnO2 (M = Cr3+, Cu2+ and Pd2+) nanocomposite
341
Hydrogen sensing by localized surface plasmon resonance in colloidal solutions of Au-WO3-Pd
342
Hydrogen sensing by NKN thin film with high dielectric constant and ferroelectric property
343
Hydrogen sensing by wet-gasochromic coloring of PdCl2(aq)/WO3 and the role of hydrophilicity of tungsten oxide films
344
Hydrogen sensing characteristics of carbon-nanotube sheet decorated with manganese oxides
345
Hydrogen sensing characteristics of nano-crystalline Mg0.5Zn0.5Fe2O4 thin film: Effect of film thickness and operating temperature
346
Hydrogen sensing characteristics of non-polar a-plane GaN Schottky diodes
347
Hydrogen sensing characteristics of Pd/SiO2-nanoparticles (NPs)/AlGaN metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) diodes
348
Hydrogen sensing characteristics of Pt/TiO2/MWCNTs composites
349
Hydrogen sensing characteristics of WO3 thin film conductometric sensors activated by Pt and Au catalysts
350
Hydrogen sensing in vacuum systems with catalytic field plate MNOS capacitors
351
Hydrogen sensing of nanoporous palladium films supported by anodic aluminum oxides
352
Hydrogen sensing of N-polar and Ga-polar GaN Schottky diodes
353
Hydrogen sensing performance comparison of Pd layer and Pd/WO3 composite thin film coated on side-polished single- and multimode fibers
354
Hydrogen sensing performance of electrodeposited conoidal palladium nanowire and nanotube arrays
355
Hydrogen sensing performances of Pt/i-ZnO/GaN metal–insulator–semiconductor diodes
356
Hydrogen sensing properties of a Pd/oxide/InAlAs metamorphic-based transistor
357
Hydrogen sensing properties of multi-walled carbon nanotube films sputtered by Pd
358
Hydrogen sensing properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes
359
Hydrogen sensing properties of SnO2 subjected to surface chemical modification with ethoxysilanes
360
Hydrogen sensing properties of SnO2 varistors loaded with SiO2 by surface chemical modification with diethoxydimethylsilane
361
Hydrogen sensing properties of ZnO nanorods: Effects of annealing, temperature and electrode structure
362
Hydrogen sensing using gold nanoclusters supported on tungsten trioxide thin films
363
Hydrogen sensing using titania nanotubes
364
Hydrogen sensing with Pt-functionalized GaN nanowires
365
Hydrogen sensitive GA2O3 Schottky diode sensor based on SiC
366
Hydrogen sensitive gas sensor based on porous silicon/TiO2−x structure
367
Hydrogen sensitive negative switching behavior in metal-oxide-semiconductor devices
368
Hydrogen sensitivity – A systematic computational study of electronic effects
369
Hydrogen sensitivity of SnO2 thin films doped with Pt by laser ablation
370
Hydrogen sensitivity of ZnO p–n homojunctions
371
Hydrogen sensor based on a palladium-coated fibre-taper with improved time-response
372
Hydrogen sensor based on optical and electrical switching
373
Hydrogen sensor based on Pd-functionalized film bulk acoustic resonator
374
Hydrogen sensor based on WO3 subnano-clusters and Pt co-loaded on ZrO2
375
Hydrogen sensor prepared using fast proton-conducting glass films
376
Hydrogen sensor using the Pd film supported on anodic aluminum oxide
377
Hydrogen sensors – A review
378
Hydrogen sensors based on aligned carbon nanotubes in an anodic aluminum oxide template with palladium as a top electrode
379
Hydrogen sensors based on aligned carbon nanotubes in an anodic aluminum oxide template with palladium as a top electrode
380
Hydrogen sensors based on carbon nanotubes thin films
381
Hydrogen sensors based on Ni/SiO2/Si MOS capacitors
382
Hydrogen sensors based on ZnO nanoparticles
383
Hydrogen sensors fabricated with sprayed NiO, NiO:Li and NiO:Li,Pt thin films
384
Hydrogen sensors on the basis of SnO2–TiO2 systems
385
Hydrogen sensors with double dipole layers using a Pd-mixture-Pd triple-layer sensing structure
386
Hydrogen sensors: Role of palladium thin film morphology
387
Hydrogen separation and purification in membranes of miscible polymer blends with interpenetration networks
388
Hydrogen separation and purification using crosslinkable PDMS/zeolite A nanoparticles mixed matrix membranes
389
Hydrogen separation and purification using polysulfone acrylate–zeolite mixed matrix membranes
390
Hydrogen separation and purification with poly (4-methyl-1-pentyne)/MIL 53 mixed matrix membrane based on reverse selectivity
391
Hydrogen separation and stability study of ceramic membranes based on the system Nd5LnWO12
392
Hydrogen separation by dense cermet membranes
393
Hydrogen separation by dual functional cermet membranes with self-repairing capability against the damage by H2S
394
Hydrogen separation by Pd alloy composite membranes: introduction of diffusion barrier
395
Hydrogen separation from dry gas mixtures using a membrane module consisting of palladium-coated amorphous-alloy Original Research Article
396
Hydrogen separation from multicomponent gas mixtures containing CO, N2 and CO2 using Matrimid® asymmetric hollow fiber membranes
397
Hydrogen separation from reforming gas using organic templating silica/alumina composite membrane
398
Hydrogen separation in doped and blend polymer membranes
399
Hydrogen separation in La5.5WO11.25−δ membranes
400
Hydrogen separation performance of CMS membranes derived from the imide-functional group of two similar types of precursors
401
Hydrogen separation studies in a membrane reactor system: Influence of feed gas flow rate, temperature and concentration of the feed gases on hydrogen permeation
402
Hydrogen separation through LSF-perovskite membrane prepared by chelating method
403
Hydrogen separation through palladium–copper membranes on porous stainless steel with sol–gel derived ceria as diffusion barrier
404
Hydrogen separation through the use of mixed oxygen ion and electron conducting membranes (I): theoretical analysis
405
Hydrogen separation using electrochemical method
406
Hydrogen separation via forming hydrate in W/O emulsion
407
Hydrogen shallow donors in Co-doped ZnO showing room-temperature ferromagnetism
408
Hydrogen sites and dynamics in light-weight hydrogen-storage material magnesium–scandium hydride investigated with 1H and 2H NMR
409
Hydrogen solid solution thermodynamics of V1−xAlx (x: 0, 0.18, 0.37, 0.52) alloys
410
Hydrogen solid storage: First-principles study of ZrNiH3
411
Hydrogen solubility and diffusion studies of Zr-based AB2 alloys and sol–gel encapsulated AB2 alloy particles
412
Hydrogen solubility and diffusivity in amorphous La14Ni86 films Original Research Article
413
Hydrogen solubility in a chemical hydrogen storage medium, aromatic hydrocarbon, cyclic hydrocarbon, and their mixture for fuel cell systems
414
Hydrogen solubility in CO2-expanded 2-propanol and in propane-expanded 2-propanol determined by an acoustic sensor
415
Hydrogen solubility in heavy n-alkanes; modeling and prediction by artificial neural network
416
Hydrogen solubility in liquid lithium–sodium alloys (90, 50, and 20 at% Li)
417
Hydrogen solubility in molten TiAl alloys
418
Hydrogen solubility in PdCuAg ternary alloy films prepared by electrodeposition
419
Hydrogen solubility in PdCuAu alloy thin films prepared by electrodeposition
420
Hydrogen solubility in pore water of partially saturated argillites: Application to Callovo-Oxfordian clayrock in the context of a nuclear waste geological disposal
421
Hydrogen solubility in triolein, and propane solubility in oleic acid for second generation BDF synthesis by use of hydrodeoxygenation reaction
422
Hydrogen solubility in V–4Cr–4Ti alloy
423
Hydrogen solubility in zirconium intermetallic second phase particles
424
Hydrogen solubility measurements in heavy oil and bitumen cuts
425
Hydrogen solubility studies in Zr0.2Tb0.8Fe1.5Co1.5
426
Hydrogen solubility, diffusivity and trapping in a tempered Fe–C–Cr martensitic steel under various mechanical stress states
427
Hydrogen sorption AT/IN electrodes
428
Hydrogen sorption by Pd77Ag23 metallic membranes. Role of hydrogen content, temperature and sample microstructure
429
Hydrogen sorption characteristics of the composites 90 wt.% Mg (MgH2)–10 wt.% V0.855Ti0.095Fe0.05
430
Hydrogen sorption hysteresis and superior storage capacity of silicon-carbide nanotubes over their carbon counterparts
431
Hydrogen sorption in MgH2-based composites: The role of Ni and LiBH4 additives
432
Hydrogen sorption in orthorhombic Mg hydride at ultra-low temperature
433
Hydrogen sorption in polymers for membrane applications
434
Hydrogen sorption in transition metal modified ETS-10
435
Hydrogen sorption in transition metal modified mesoporous materials
436
Hydrogen sorption kinetics of La–Ni–Sn storage alloys
437
Hydrogen sorption kinetics of MgH2 catalyzed with titanium compounds
438
Hydrogen sorption of magnesium hydride doped with nano-sized TiO2
439
Hydrogen sorption performance of MgH2 doped with mesoporous nickel- and cobalt-based oxides
440
Hydrogen sorption properties of ball-milled Mg–C nanocomposites
441
Hydrogen sorption properties of hexagonal laves phase TiMn1.5 intermetallic compound
442
Hydrogen sorption properties of MgH2/NaBH4 composites
443
Hydrogen sorption properties of MgH2–LiBH4 composites Original Research Article
444
Hydrogen sorption properties of MgH2–NiCo2O4 composites activated mechanically under argon and hydrogen atmospheres
445
Hydrogen sorption properties of Pd-doped carbon molecular sieves
446
Hydrogen sorption properties of Ternary Mg–Nb–O phases synthesized by solid–state reaction
447
Hydrogen sorption properties of Ti–Cr alloys synthesized by ball milling and cold rolling
448
Hydrogen sorption properties of ZrFex (1.9 ≤ x ≤ 2.5) alloys
449
Hydrogen sorption sites in holmium silicide on silicon(1 1 1)
450
Hydrogen sorption-desorption characteristics of mixed and composite Ni---TiN nanoparticles
451
Hydrogen South Africa (HySA) Systems Competence Centre: Mission, objectives, technological achievements and breakthroughs
452
Hydrogen species within the metals: Role of molecular hydrogen ion H2+
453
Hydrogen spillover behavior of Zn/HZSM-5 showing catalytically active protonic acid sites in the isomerization of n-pentane Original Research Article
454
Hydrogen spillover effect on cumene cracking and n-pentane hydroisomerization over Pt/SiO2 + H-Beta Original Research Article
455
Hydrogen spillover effects on Pt–Rh modified Co–clay catalysts for heavy oil upgrading Original Research Article
456
Hydrogen Spillover from a Metal Oxide Catalyst onto Carbon Nanotubes—Implications for Hydrogen Storage
457
Hydrogen Spillover from a Metal Oxide Catalyst onto Carbon Nanotubes—Implications for Hydrogen Storage: Volume 206, Number 1 (February 15, 2002), pages 165–168 (; PII: S0021-9517(01)93472-4)
458
Hydrogen Spillover from NiO to the Large Surface Area CeO2–ZrO2 Solid Solutions and Activity of the NiO/CeO2–ZrO2 Catalysts for Partial Oxidation of Methane
459
Hydrogen spillover monitored by resonant photoemission spectroscopy
460
Hydrogen spillover phenomenon in noble metal modified clay-based hydrocracking catalysts Original Research Article
461
Hydrogen spillover storage on Ca-decorated graphene
462
Hydrogen spillover studies on diluted Rh/Al2O3 catalyst Original Research Article
463
Hydrogen spillover through the gas phase: Reaction with graphite and activated carbon Original Research Article
464
Hydrogen spillover to enhance hydrogen storage—study of the effect of carbon physicochemical properties Original Research Article
465
Hydrogen storage – Industrial prospectives
466
Hydrogen storage ability of porous carbon material fabricated from coffee bean wastes
467
Hydrogen storage alloy of Mg2NiH4 hydride produced by hydriding combustion synthesis from powder of mixture metal
468
Hydrogen storage and cyclic properties of V60Ti(21.4+x)Cr(6.6−x)Fe12 (0 ≤ x ≤ 3) alloys
469
Hydrogen storage and demand to increase wind power onto electricity distribution networks
470
Hydrogen storage and induced properties in non-metallic catalytic materials
471
Hydrogen storage and PL properties of novel Cd/CdO shelled hollow microspheres prepared under NH3 gas environment
472
Hydrogen storage and production by redox of iron oxide for polymer electrolyte fuel cell vehicles
473
Hydrogen storage and release by bending carbon nanotubes
474
Hydrogen storage and release: Kinetic and thermodynamic studies of MgH2 activated by transition metal nanoparticles
475
Hydrogen storage and thermal conductivity properties of Mg-based materials with different structures
476
Hydrogen storage based on polymeric material
477
Hydrogen storage behavior of 2LiBH4/MgH2 composites improved by the catalysis of CoNiB nanoparticles
478
Hydrogen storage behavior of C116 system—AM1 treatment
479
Hydrogen storage behaviors of platinum-supported multi-walled carbon nanotubes
480
Hydrogen storage by adsorption on activated carbon: Investigation of the thermal effects during the charging process
481
Hydrogen storage by alkali-doped carbon nanotubes–revisited
482
Hydrogen storage by carbon materials
483
Hydrogen storage by carbon materials synthesized from oil seeds and fibrous plant materials
484
Hydrogen storage by carbon nanotube and their films under ambient pressure
485
Hydrogen storage by decalin dehydrogenation/naphthalene hydrogenation pair over platinum catalysts supported on activated carbon
486
Hydrogen storage by decalin/naphthalene pair and hydrogen supply to fuel cells by use of superheated liquid-film-type catalysis Original Research Article
487
Hydrogen storage by KOH-modified multi-walled carbon nanotubes
488
Hydrogen storage by Mg-based nanocomposites
489
Hydrogen storage by physisorption: beyond carbon
490
Hydrogen storage capability of carbon nanotube Be@C120
491
Hydrogen storage capability of Se@C120 system
492
Hydrogen storage capacity at high pressure of raw and purified single wall carbon nanotubes produced with a solar reactor
493
Hydrogen storage capacity of alkali and alkaline earth metal ions doped carbon based materials: A DFT study
494
Hydrogen storage capacity of carbon nanotubes, filaments, and vapor-grown fibers Original Research Article
495
Hydrogen storage capacity of Si-decorated B80 nanocage: firstprinciples DFT calculation and MD simulation
496
Hydrogen storage capacity of Ti substitution-doped pyracylene: Density functional theory investigations
497
Hydrogen storage capacity on different carbon materials
498
Hydrogen storage characteristics of magnesium impregnated on the porous channels of activated charcoal scaffold
499
Hydrogen storage characteristics of magnesium mechanically alloyed with YNi5-xAlx (x=0, 1 and 3) intermetallics,
500
Hydrogen storage characteristics of melt spun Mg–23.5Ni–5Cu alloys mixed with LaNi5 and/or Nb2O5
501
Hydrogen storage characteristics of the nanocrystalline and amorphous Mg–Nd–Ni–Cu-based alloys prepared by melt spinning
502
Hydrogen storage characteristics of Ti2Ni alloy synthesized by the electro-deoxidation technique
503
Hydrogen storage evaluation based on investigations of the catalytic properties of metal/metal oxides in electrospun carbon fibers
504
Hydrogen storage for fuel cell systems with stationary applications— I. Transient measurement technique for packed bed evaluation
505
Hydrogen storage for mixed wind–nuclear power plants in the context of a Hydrogen Economy
506
Hydrogen storage for off-grid power supply
507
Hydrogen storage in 1D nanotube-like channels metal–organic frameworks: Effects of free volume and heat of adsorption on hydrogen uptake
508
Hydrogen storage in a Li–Al–N ternary system
509
Hydrogen storage in a series of Zn-based IRMOFs studied by Sanchez–Lacombe equation of state
510
Hydrogen storage in a series of Zn-based MOFs studied by PHSC equation of state
511
Hydrogen storage in activated carbon materials: Role of the nanoporous texture
512
Hydrogen storage in activated carbons produced from coals of different ranks: Effect of oxygen content
513
Hydrogen storage in amine boranes: Ionic liquid supported thermal dehydrogenation of ethylene diamine bisborane
514
Hydrogen storage in ammonia triborane: Properties and behavior of the chemical bonds
515
Hydrogen storage in an activated carbon bed: Effect of energy release on storage capacity of the tank
516
Hydrogen storage in binary and ternary Mg-based alloys: A comprehensive experimental study
517
Hydrogen storage in boron nitride and carbon clusters studied by molecular orbital calculations
518
Hydrogen storage in boron nitride nanomaterials studied by TG/DTA and cluster calculation Original Research Article
519
Hydrogen storage in boron substituted carbon nanotubes Original Research Article
520
Hydrogen storage in bulk Mg–Ti and Mg–stainless steel multilayer composites synthesized via accumulative roll-bonding (ARB)
521
Hydrogen storage in C70 encapsulated single-walled carbon nanotube
522
Hydrogen storage in Ca-decorated, B-substituted metal organic framework
523
Hydrogen storage in capillary arrays
524
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanoscrolls: An atomistic molecular dynamics study
525
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanostructures
526
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes
527
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes modified by microwave plasma etching and Pd decoration Original Research Article
528
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes Original Research Article
529
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes revisited Original Research Article
530
Hydrogen storage in carbon nanotubes with Ni nanoparticles by electrochemical
531
Hydrogen storage in carbon/Mg nanocomposites synthesized by ball milling
532
Hydrogen storage in CeNiXOY and CeM0.5NiXOY (M = Zr or Al) mixed oxides
533
Hydrogen storage in clathrate hydrates: Current state of the art and future directions
534
Hydrogen storage in CO2-activated amorphous nanofibers and their monoliths Original Research Article
535
Hydrogen storage in Co-and Zn-based metal-organic frameworks at ambient temperature
536
Hydrogen storage in cobalt-embedded ordered mesoporous carbon
537
Hydrogen storage in coiled carbon nanotubes
538
Hydrogen storage in destabilized borohydride materials
539
Hydrogen storage in different carbon materials: Influence of the porosity development by chemical activation
540
Hydrogen storage in dinuclear Pt(II) metallacycles
541
Hydrogen storage in heat-treated carbon nanofibers prepared by the vertical floating catalyst method
542
Hydrogen storage in highly microporous solids derived from aluminium biphenyldiphosphonate
543
Hydrogen storage in hybrid nanostructured carbon/palladium materials: Influence of particle size and surface chemistry
544
Hydrogen storage in Laves phases: First principles study of electronic structure and formation energies in HfV2 hydrides
545
Hydrogen storage in Li dispersed graphene with Stone–Wales defects: A first-principles study
546
Hydrogen Storage in Li3N: Deactivation Caused by a High Dehydrogenation Temperature
547
Hydrogen storage in Li-doped charged single-walled carbon nanotubes
548
Hydrogen storage in liquid organic hydride: Selectivity of MCH dehydrogenation over monometallic and bimetallic Pt catalysts
549
Hydrogen storage in lithium-decorated benzene complexes
550
Hydrogen storage in magnesium based-composite hydride through hydriding combustion synthesis
551
Hydrogen storage in metal hydride tanks equipped with metal foam heat exchanger
552
Hydrogen storage in metal–hydrogen systems and their derivatives
553
Hydrogen storage in Mg: A most promising material
554
Hydrogen storage in MgH2 coated single walled carbon nanotubes
555
Hydrogen storage in microwave-treated multi-walled carbon nanotubes
556
Hydrogen storage in Ni–B nanoalloy-doped 2D graphene
557
Hydrogen storage in nickel catalysts supported on activated carbon
558
Hydrogen storage in ordered and disordered phenylene-bridged mesoporous organosilicas
559
Hydrogen storage in Pd–Ni doped defective carbon nanotubes through the formation of CHx (x = 1, 2) Original Research Article
560
Hydrogen storage in polylithiated BC3 monolayer sheet
561
Hydrogen storage in porous graphene with Al decoration
562
Hydrogen storage in proton-conductive perovskite-type oxides and their application to nickel–hydrogen batteries
563
Hydrogen storage in rapidly solidified and crystallized Mg–Ni-(Y,La)–Pd alloys
564
Hydrogen storage in several microporous zeolites
565
Hydrogen storage in single-walled carbon nanotube bundles and peapods
566
Hydrogen storage in solar produced single-walled carbon nanotubes
567
Hydrogen storage in spherical nanoporous carbons
568
Hydrogen storage in the iron series of porous Prussian blue analogues
569
Hydrogen storage in Ti-based quasicrystal powders produced by mechanical alloying
570
Hydrogen storage in TiO2 functionalized (10, 10) single walled carbon nanotube (SWCNT) – First principles study
571
Hydrogen storage in wind turbine towers
572
Hydrogen storage in zeolite imidazolate frameworks. A multiscale theoretical investigation
573
Hydrogen storage material based on LaNi5 alloy produced by mechanical alloying
574
Hydrogen storage materials: the characterisation of their storage properties
575
Hydrogen storage measurements in novel Mg-based nanostructured alloys produced via rapid solidification and devitrification
576
Hydrogen storage nanocrystalline TiFe intermetallic compound: Synthesis by mechanical alloying and compacting
577
Hydrogen storage of beryllium adsorbed on graphene doping with boron: First-principles calculations
578
Hydrogen storage of dense-aligned carbon nanotubes
579
Hydrogen Storage of Li2NH Prepared by Reacting Li with NH3
580
Hydrogen storage of melt-spun amorphous Mg65Ni20Cu5Y10 alloy deformed by high-pressure torsion
581
Hydrogen storage of metal nitrides by a mechanochemical reaction
582
Hydrogen storage of nanocrystalline Mg–Ni alloy processed by equal-channel angular pressing and cold rolling
583
Hydrogen storage of nanostructured TiO2-impregnated carbon nanotubes
584
Hydrogen storage of the Mg–C composites
585
Hydrogen storage on calcium-decorated BC7 sheet: A first-principles study
586
Hydrogen storage on chemically activated carbons and carbon nanomaterials at high pressures Original Research Article
587
Hydrogen storage on highly porous novel corn grain-based carbon monoliths
588
Hydrogen storage on Li-doped single-walled carbon nanotubes: Computer simulation using the density functional theory
589
Hydrogen storage on pyrolyzed chicken feather fibers
590
Hydrogen storage on silicon, carbon, and silicon carbide nanotubes: A combined quantum mechanics and grand canonical Monte Carlo simulation study
591
Hydrogen storage on Ti decorated SiC nanostructures: A first principles study
592
Hydrogen storage performance in palladium-doped graphene/carbon composites
593
Hydrogen storage performance of 2LiH + MgB2 doped with hydrothermal-synthesized ZrO2 nanorods
594
Hydrogen storage performance of 5LiBH4 + Mg2FeH6 composite system
595
Hydrogen storage performance of LiBH4+1/2MgH2 composites improved by Ce-based additives
596
Hydrogen storage properties and mechanisms of the Mg(BH4)2–NaAlH4 system
597
Hydrogen storage properties and microstructure of melt-spun Mg90Ni8RE2 (RE = Y, Nd, Gd)
598
Hydrogen storage properties and microstructures of Ti0.7Zr0.3(Mn1−xVx)2 (x = 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5) alloys
599
Hydrogen storage properties and phase structures of RMg2Ni (R = La, Ce, Pr, Nd) alloys
600
Hydrogen storage properties and thermal stability of V35Ti20Cr45 alloy by heat treatment
601
Hydrogen storage properties of (, Co, Ni)
602
Hydrogen storage properties of 2Mg–Fe mixtures processed by hot extrusion: Influence of the extrusion ratio
603
Hydrogen storage properties of a Mg–Ni–Fe mixture prepared via planetary ball milling in a H2 atmosphere
604
Hydrogen storage properties of alloys by mechanical alloying
605
Hydrogen storage properties of amorphous and nanocrystalline MmNi4.2Al0.8 alloys
606
Hydrogen storage properties of as-synthesized and severely deformed magnesium – multiwall carbon nanotubes composite
607
Hydrogen storage properties of destabilized MgH2–Li3AlH6 system
608
Hydrogen storage properties of FeTi1.3+x wt%Mm (x=0.0, 1.5, 3.0, 4.5, 6.0) hydrogen storage alloys
609
Hydrogen storage properties of flexible and porous La0.8Mg0.2Ni3.8/PVDF composite
610
Hydrogen storage properties of hydrogenated graphite destabilized by mixing with lithium hydride
611
Hydrogen storage properties of Li–Ca–N–H system with different molar ratios of LiNH2/CaH2
612
Hydrogen storage properties of magnesium based nanostructured composite materials
613
Hydrogen storage properties of magnesium ultrafine particles prepared by hydrogen plasma-metal reaction
614
Hydrogen storage properties of mechanically milled La2Mg17-x wt.%Ni (x=0, 50, 100, 150 and 200) composites
615
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg1−xCaxNi2−y defect solid solutions
616
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg-10 wt% Ni alloy co-catalysed with niobium and multi-walled carbon nanotubes
617
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg100−xNix (x = 5, 11.3, 20, 25) composites prepared by hydriding combustion synthesis followed by mechanical milling (HCS + MM)
618
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg-23.5Ni-xCu prepared by rapid solidification process and crystallization heat treatment
619
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg2Ni affected by Cr catalyst
620
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–30 wt.% LaNi5 composite prepared by hydriding combustion synthesis followed by mechanical milling (HCS + MM)
621
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–50 vol.%V7.4Zr7.4Ti7.4Ni composite prepared by spark plasma sintering
622
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–Ce–Ni nanocomposite induced from amorphous precursor with the highest Mg content
623
Hydrogen storage properties of MgH2 mechanically milled with α and β SiC
624
Hydrogen storage properties of MgH2–SiC composites
625
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–Ni nanoparticles
626
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–Ni–C system hydrogen storage materials prepared by hydriding combustion synthesis and mechanical milling
627
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–Ni–Cu prepared by hydriding combustion synthesis and mechanical milling (HCS + MM)
628
Hydrogen storage properties of Mg–TM–La (TM = Ti, Fe, Ni) ternary composite powders prepared through arc plasma method
629
Hydrogen storage properties of modified fumed-Fe-dust generated from a revolving furnace at a steel industry
630
Hydrogen storage properties of multi-principal-component CoFeMnTixVyZrz alloys
631
Hydrogen storage properties of nanocomposite Mg–Ni–Cu–CrCl3 prepared by mechanical alloying
632
Hydrogen storage properties of nanocomposite Mg–Ni–Cu–CrCl3 prepared by mechanical alloying
633
Hydrogen storage properties of nanocomposite Mg–Ni–Cu–CrCl3 prepared by mechanical alloying
634
Hydrogen storage properties of nanocrystalline Mg–Ce/Ni composite
635
Hydrogen storage properties of nanocrystalline Pt dispersed multi-walled carbon nanotubes
636
Hydrogen storage properties of nano-structured 0.65MgH2/0.35ScH2
637
Hydrogen storage properties of nanostructured MgH2/TiH2 composite prepared by ball milling under high hydrogen pressure
638
Hydrogen storage properties of Nb–Hf–Ni ternary alloys
639
Hydrogen storage properties of Pd nanoparticle/carbon template composites Original Research Article
640
Hydrogen storage properties of spark generated palladium nanoparticles
641
Hydrogen storage properties of sumanene
642
Hydrogen storage properties of the CeH2 doped Li-Mg-N-H/NaAlH4 system
643
Hydrogen storage properties of the Mg–Ti–H system prepared by high-energy–high-pressure reactive milling
644
Hydrogen storage properties of the pseudo binary laves phase (Sc1−xZrx)(Co1−yNiy)2 system
645
Hydrogen storage properties of Ti0.72Zr0.28Mn1.6V0.4 alloy prepared by mechanical alloying and copper boat induction melting
646
Hydrogen storage properties of Ti1.4V0.6Ni + x Mg (x = 1–3, wt.%) alloys
647
Hydrogen storage properties of Ti2−xCrVMx (M = Fe, Co, Ni) alloys
648
Hydrogen storage properties of TiMn2-based alloys for metal hydride heat pump
649
Hydrogen storage properties of TiMn2-based alloys for metal hydride heat pump
650
Hydrogen storage properties of Zr0.8Ti0.2(Ni0.6Mn0.3−xV0.1+xCr0.05)2 (x=0.0,0.05,0.15,0.2) alloys
651
Hydrogen storage properties on mechanically milled graphite
652
Hydrogen storage property of sandwiched magnesium hydride nanoparticle thin film
653
Hydrogen storage studies in Zr0.9Ho0.1MnFe0.5Co0.5 and Zr0.9Ho0.1MnFe0.5Ni0.5
654
Hydrogen storage system based on hydride materials incorporating a helical-coil heat exchanger
655
Hydrogen storage systems based on hydride materials with enhanced thermal conductivity
656
Hydrogen storage systems based on hydride–graphite composites: computer simulation and experimental validation
657
Hydrogen storage systems using modified sorbents for application in automobile manufacturing
658
Hydrogen storage tanks for vehicles: Recent progress and current status
659
Hydrogen storage technology options for fuel cell vehicles: Well-to-wheel costs, energy efficiencies, and greenhouse gas emissions
660
Hydrogen storage using functionalized saturated hydrocarbons
661
Hydrogen storage using heterocyclic compounds: The hydrogenation of 2-methylthiophene
662
Hydrogen storage using Na-decorated graphyne and its boron nitride analog
663
Hydrogen storage with hetero porphyrin aggregates
664
Hydrogen storing and electrical properties of hyperbranched polymers-based nanoporous materials
665
Hydrogen substitution effect on the solubility of perhalogenated compounds in ionic liquid [bmim][PF6]
666
Hydrogen substitution of alcohol adsorbents on a Si surface by B 2 H 6 deduced from molecular orbital calculation
667
Hydrogen sulfate-induced organogelation of a bile acid based anion-receptor
668
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and sour gas effects on the eye. A historical perspective
669
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) in urban ambient air
670
Hydrogen sulfide adsorption on nano-sized zinc oxide/reduced graphite oxide composite at ambient condition
671
Hydrogen sulfide alleviates cadmium toxicity through regulations of cadmium transport across the plasma and vacuolar membranes in Populus euphratica cells
672
Hydrogen sulfide alleviates hypoxia-induced root tip death in Pisum sativum
673
Hydrogen sulfide ameliorates the kidney dysfunction and damage in cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity in rat
674
Hydrogen sulfide and carbonyl sulfide in the museum environment—Part 1
675
Hydrogen sulfide and cell signaling: Team player or referee?
676
Hydrogen sulfide and organic compounds removal in municipal wastewater using ferrate (VI) and ultraviolet radiation
677
Hydrogen sulfide clathrate hydrate FTIR spectroscopy: A help gas for clathrate formation in the Solar System?
678
Hydrogen Sulfide Combustion: Relevant Issues under Claus Furnace Conditions
679
Hydrogen sulfide delays GA-triggered programmed cell death in wheat aleurone layers by the modulation of glutathione homeostasis and heme oxygenase-1 expression
680
Hydrogen sulfide donor sodium hydrosulfide-improved heat tolerance in maize and involvement of proline
681
Hydrogen sulfide emission from the Ardiyah sewage treatment plant in Kuwait Original Research Article
682
Hydrogen sulfide exposure increases desiccation tolerance in Drosophila melanogaster
683
Hydrogen sulfide filtration combustion: comparison of theory and experiment
684
Hydrogen sulfide flux measurements from construction and demolition debris (C&D) landfills
685
Hydrogen sulfide improves vessel formation of the ischemic adductor muscle and wound healing in diabetic db/db mice
686
Hydrogen sulfide in parenteral amino-acid solutions
687
Hydrogen sulfide inhibits nitric oxide production and nuclear factor-κB via heme oxygenase-1 expression in RAW264.7 macrophages stimulated with lipopolysaccharide
688
Hydrogen sulfide interacting with abscisic acid in stomatal regulation responses to drought stress in Arabidopsis
689
Hydrogen sulfide oxidation on RE(RE = Sm, Y, La)–V–Sb catalysts: Effects of RE size and electronegativity
690
Hydrogen sulfide poisoning and recovery of PEMFC Pt-anodes
691
Hydrogen sulfide production and volatilization in a polymictic eutrophic saline lake, Salton Sea, California
692
Hydrogen sulfide protects astrocytes against H2O2-induced neural injury via enhancing glutamate uptake
693
Hydrogen sulfide removal by compost biofiltration: Effect of mixing the filter media on operational factors
694
Hydrogen sulfide removal from biogas by bio-based iron sponge
695
Hydrogen sulfide removal from biogas using chemical absorption technique in packed column reactors
696
Hydrogen sulfide removal process embedded optimization of hydrogen network
697
Hydrogen sulfide sensing properties of multi walled carbon nanotubes
698
Hydrogen sulfide sensing properties of NiFe2O4 nanopowder doped with noble metals
699
Hydrogen sulfide synergistically upregulates Porphyromonas gingivalis lipopolysaccharide-induced expression of IL-6 and IL-8 via NF-κB signalling in periodontal fibroblasts
700
Hydrogen sulfide tolerance of palladium–copper catalysts for PEM fuel cell anode applications
701
Hydrogen sulfide treatment protects against renal ischemiareperfusion injury via induction of heat shock proteins in rats
702
Hydrogen sulfide upregulated mRNA expressions of sodium bicarbonate cotransporter1, trefoil factor1 and trefoil factor2 in gastric mucosa in rats
703
Hydrogen sulfite optical sensor based on a lipophilic guanidinium ionophore Original Research Article
704
Hydrogen sulphide and methane emissions on the central Namibian shelf
705
Hydrogen sulphide conversion to elemental sulphur in a suspended-growth continuous stirred tank reactor using Chlorobium limicola
706
Hydrogen sulphide eruptions in the Atlantic Ocean off southern Africa: implications of a new view based on SeaWiFS satellite imagery
707
Hydrogen sulphide regulates beta-adrenergic function by inhibition of cAMP/PKA pathway in rat cardiac myocytes
708
Hydrogen superpermeable membrane operation under plasma conditions
709
Hydrogen supersaturation in extreme-thermophilic (70 °C) mixed culture fermentation
710
Hydrogen supersaturation in thermophilic mixed culture fermentation
711
Hydrogen superstructures on Co nanoislands and Cu(1 1 1)
712
Hydrogen supply chain architecture for bottom-up energy systems models. Part 1: Developing pathways
713
Hydrogen supply chain architecture for bottom-up energy systems models. Part 2: Techno-economic inputs for hydrogen production pathways
714
Hydrogen supply chain optimization for deployment scenarios in the Midi-Pyrénées region, France
715
Hydrogen surface coverage of as-prepared nanocrystalline porous silicon
716
Hydrogen surface exchange on proton conducting oxides studied by gas phase analysis with mass spectrometry
717
Hydrogen synthesis from biomass pyrolysis with in situ carbon dioxide capture using calcium oxide
718
Hydrogen synthesis via combustion of fuel-rich natural gas/air mixtures at elevated pressure
719
Hydrogen system using novel additives to catalyze hydrogen release from the hydrolysis of alane and activated aluminum
720
Hydrogen systems for large-scale photovoltaic plants: Simulation with forecast and real production data
721
Hydrogen tank first filling experiments at the JRC-IET GasTeF facility
722
Hydrogen template assisted electrodeposition of sub-micrometer wires composing honeycomb-like porous Pb films
723
Hydrogen terminated Si 111/surface studied by RHEED
724
Hydrogen termination for extended queue times for low temperature epitaxy
725
Hydrogen termination for the growth of carbon nanotubes on silicon
726
Hydrogen the fuel for 21st century
727
Hydrogen thermal desorption behavior of Ni–Ti superelastic alloy subjected to tensile deformation after hydrogen charging
728
Hydrogen titanates as potential proton conducting fuel cell electrolytes
729
Hydrogen Transfer in a Hydrogen-Bonded 1:2 Complex of Chloranilic Acid with 1,2-Diazine Studied by 35Cl NQR
730
Hydrogen transfer in hydrocarbon conversions over transition metal surfaces
731
Hydrogen transfer in hydrogen-bonded chloranilic acid studied by 35Cl NQR I – a 1:2 complex with 1,4-diazine
732
Hydrogen transfer pathways of the asymmetric reduction of α,β-unsaturated ketone mediated by baker’s yeast
733
Hydrogen transfer reaction of cyclohexanone with 2-propanol catalysed by CeO2-ZnO materials: Promoting effect of ceria
734
Hydrogen Transfer Reduction of 4-tert-Butylcyclohexanone and Aldol Condensation of Benzaldehyde with Acetophenone on Basic Solids
735
Hydrogen transfer type oxidation of alcohols by rhodium and ruthenium catalyst under microwave irradiation
736
Hydrogen transfers in tetralin: Model donor systems for hydrogenation of t-stilbene and unsymmetrical decomposition of bibenzyl
737
Hydrogen transformations in Si-based solar structures studied by precise FTIR spectroscopy
738
Hydrogen transitions between (HF)n Cnh structures (n=2−5) via Dnh transition states as models for hydrogen tunneling in hydrogen fluoride clusters
739
Hydrogen transport and cracking in metals: Edited by Alan Turnbull (The Institute of Materials, London, 1995), 344 pages, $160.00 (hardcover) (available in the USA from Ashgate Publishing Co., Brookfield, Vermont)
740
Hydrogen transport and trapping in EUROFER’97
741
Hydrogen transport and trapping in ODS-EUROFER
742
Hydrogen transport and trapping in the GlidCop Al25 IG alloy
743
Hydrogen transport in 38CrNi3MoN steel covered by thin layer of amorphous carbon
744
Hydrogen transport in a duplex stainless steel Original Research Article
745
Hydrogen transport in composite inorganic membranes
746
Hydrogen transport in molten salt Flinak measured by solid electrolyte sensors with Pd electrode
747
Hydrogen transport in plasma nitrided iron Original Research Article
748
Hydrogen transport in single-walled carbon nanotubes encapsulated by palladium
749
Hydrogen transport in solution-treated and pre-strained austenitic stainless steels and its role in hydrogen-enhanced fatigue crack growth
750
Hydrogen transport properties of palladium film prepared by colloidal spray deposition
751
Hydrogen transport properties of several vanadium-based binary alloys
752
Hydrogen transport through a selection of thin Pd-alloy membranes: Membrane stability, H2S inhibition, and flux recovery in hydrogen and simulated WGS mixtures
753
Hydrogen transport through interface between gas bubbling and liquid breeders
754
Hydrogen transport through V85Ni10M5 alloy membranes
755
Hydrogen transportation in Delhi? Investigating the hydrogen-compressed natural gas (H-CNG) option
756
Hydrogen trapped in Ben cluster cages: The atomic encapsulation option
757
Hydrogen trapping by defects in semiconductors studied by anelastic spectroscopy
758
Hydrogen trapping by defects in semiconductors studied by anelastic spectroscopy
759
Hydrogen trapping by VC precipitates and structural defects in a high strength Fe–Mn–C steel studied by small-angle neutron scattering
760
Hydrogen trapping in carbon film: From laboratories studies to tokamak applications
761
Hydrogen trapping in depositing carbon films
762
Hydrogen trapping in high strength martensitic steel after austenitized at different temperatures
763
Hydrogen trapping in neutron-irradiated graphite
764
Hydrogen trapping in β-21S titanium alloy
765
Hydrogen Trapping Models in Steel
766
Hydrogen trapping sites and hydrogen-induced cracking in high strength quenching & partitioning (Q&P) treated steel
767
Hydrogen trapping: Synergetic effects of inorganic additives with cobalt sulfide absorbers and reactivity of cobalt polysulfide
768
Hydrogen treatment of TiO2 nanoparticles by DC plasma
769
Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 2. Speed and energy
770
Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 3. Atmospheric merit
771
Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 4. Hydrogen propeller
772
Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 5. Aerodynamic tunneling
773
Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: 6. Density stages
774
Hydrogen tube vehicle for supersonic transport: Analysis of the concept
775
Hydrogen tunneling in biology Review Article
776
Hydrogen tunneling in quinoproteins
777
Hydrogen tunneling on a metal surface: A density-functional study of H and D atoms on Cu(0 0 1)
778
Hydrogen under extreme conditions
779
Hydrogen underground storage in Romania, potential directions of development, stakeholders and general aspects
780
Hydrogen uptake and corrosion behavior of Zr–2.5Nb pressure tubes in Wolsong Unit 1
781
Hydrogen uptake and diffusion in Callovo-Oxfordian clay rock for nuclear waste disposal technology
782
Hydrogen uptake by barium manganite at atmospheric pressure
783
Hydrogen uptake by carbon nanofibers catalyzed by palladium
784
Hydrogen uptake by carbon nanotubes
785
Hydrogen uptake by graphitized multi-walled carbon nanotubes under moderate pressure and at room temperature
786
Hydrogen uptake characteristics of mechanically alloyed mixtures of Ti–Mg–Ni
787
Hydrogen uptake characteristics of mischmetal based alloy
788
Hydrogen uptake in titanium aluminides in high pressure hydrogen
789
Hydrogen uptake in titanium aluminides in high pressure hydrogen
790
Hydrogen uptake in vapor-grown carbon nanofibers
791
Hydrogen uptake kinetics of Pd coated FeTi films
792
Hydrogen uptake of DPB getter pellets
793
Hydrogen uptake of high surface area-activated carbons doped with nitrogen
794
Hydrogen uptake of high-energy ball milled nickel-multiwalled carbon nanotube composites
795
Hydrogen uptake of palladium-embedded MWCNTs produced by impregnation and condensed phase reduction method
796
Hydrogen uptake of reduced graphene oxide and graphene sheets decorated with Fe nanoclusters
797
Hydrogen uptake on film surfaces produced by a unique codeposition process
798
Hydrogen use in an urban district: environmental im-pacts a possible scenario based on coal
799
Hydrogen utilization in various transportation modes with emissions comparisons for Ontario, Canada
800
Hydrogen vehicles: Impacts of DOE technical targets on market acceptance and societal benefits
801
Hydrogen via methane decomposition: an application for decarbonization of fossil fuels
802
HYDROGEN WATER CHEMISTRY TECHNOLOGY IN BOILING WATER REACTORS
803
Hydrogen wavefunction in intense laser fields: A unitary integrator for a high performance parallel computer Original Research Article
804
Hydrogen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide production through chemical looping using iron-based oxygen carrier – A Green plant for H2 and N2 production
805
Hydrogen, nuclear energy, and the advanced high-temperature reactor
806
Hydrogen, oxygen and carbon isotope ratios of Solfatara fumaroles (Phlegrean Fields, Italy): further insight into source processes
807
Hydrogen, oxygen and chlorine adsorption on ag(110) surface: a cluster calculation
808
Hydrogen, oxygen and chlorine adsorption on ag(110) surface: a cluster calculation
809
Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Hydrogen Peroxide Formation in Aqueous Phase Pulsed Corona Electrical Discharge
810
Hydrogen/air supersonic combustion for future hypersonic vehicles
811
Hydrogen/anion electrosorption at rhodized electrodes as revealed by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
812
Hydrogen/carbon monoxide syngas burning rates measurements in high-pressure quiescent and turbulent environment
813
Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Conformational Changes Accompanying the Assembly of the Yeast Prion Ure2p into Protein Fibrils
814
Hydrogen/Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry of Actin in Various Biochemical Contexts
815
Hydrogen/dust explosion hazard in ITER: Effect of nitrogen dilution on explosion behavior of hydrogen/tungsten dust/air mixtures
816
Hydrogen/hydrocarbon phase equilibrium modelling with a cubic equation of state and a Monte Carlo method
817
Hydrogen/methane and hydrogen/nitrogen sensor based on the permselectivity of polymeric membranes
818
Hydrogen/methanol production by sulfur–iodine thermochemical cycle powered by combined solar/fossil energy
819
Hydrogen/nitrogen dioxide kinetics: derived rate data for the reaction H2 + NO2 = HONO + H at 833 K
820
Hydrogen/nitrous oxide kinetics—Implications of the NxHy species
821
Hydrogen/oxygen polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) based on alkaline-doped polybenzimidazole (PBI)
822
Hydrogen: automotive fuel of the future
823
Hydrogen: the energy source for the 21st century
824
Hydrogen-absorbing alloys
825
Hydrogen-absorbing alloys for nickel—metal hydride batteries
826
Hydrogen-absorbing alloys with a large capacity for a new energy carrier
827
Hydrogen-absorbing alloys with a large capacity for a new energy carrier
828
Hydrogen-air deflagrations in open atmosphere: Large eddy simulation analysis of experimental data
829
Hydrogen-air mixing-layer ignition at temperatures below crossover
830
Hydrogen-alkali exchange between silicate melts and two-phase aqueous mixtures: an experimental investigation
831
Hydrogen–antihydrogen collisions (Abstract)
832
Hydrogenase 2 is most and hydrogenase 1 is less responsible for H2 production by Escherichia coli under glycerol fermentation at neutral and slightly alkaline pH
833
Hydrogenase activity monitoring in the fermentative hydrogen production using heat pretreated sludge: A useful approach to evaluate bacterial communities performance
834
Hydrogenase enzymes: Recent structural studies and active site models
835
Hydrogenase on an electrode: a remarkable heterogeneous catalyst
836
Hydrogenase-based nanomaterials as anode electrode catalyst in polymer electrolyte fuel cells
837
Hydrogenase–poly(viologen) complex monolayers and electrochemical properties in Langmuir–Blodgett films
838
Hydrogenases and photobiological hydrogen production utilizing nitrogenase system in cyanobacteria
839
Hydrogenases for biological hydrogen production
840
Hydrogenases from the hyperthermophilic bacterium Aquifex aeolicus: electrocatalysis of the hydrogen production/consumption reactions at carbon electrodes
841
Hydrogenases returned to Szeged, Hungary
842
Hydrogenases, accessory genes and the regulation of [NiFe] hydrogenase biosynthesis in Thiocapsa roseopersicina
843
Hydrogen-assisted 1,2,3-trichloropropane dechlorination on supported Pt–Sn catalysts
844
Hydrogen-assisted 1,2-dichloroethane dechlorination catalyzed by Pt–Sn/SiO2 catalysts of different preparations
845
Hydrogen-Assisted 1,2-Dichloroethane Dechlorination Catalyzed by Pt–Sn/SiO2: Effect of the Pt/Sn Atomic Ratio
846
Hydrogen-assisted and CO-assisted reductive desorption of hydroquinone-derived adlayers from Pt(1 1 1) single crystal electrodes
847
Hydrogen-assisted catalytic ignition characteristics of different fuels
848
Hydrogen-assisted cracking in a precipitation-hardened stainless steel: effects of heat treatment and displacement rate
849
Hydrogen-assisted cracking in a precipitation-hardened stainless steel: effects of heat treatment and displacement rate
850
Hydrogen-assisted cracking of T-250 maraging steel
851
Hydrogen-assisted dechlorination of 1,2-dichloroethane on active carbon supported palladium–copper catalysts
852
Hydrogen-assisted degradation of some non-ferrous metals and alloys
853
Hydrogen-assisted fabrication of spherical gold nanoparticles through sonochemical reduction of tetrachloride gold(III) ions in water
854
Hydrogen-assisted fabrication of spherical gold nanoparticles through sonochemical reduction of tetrachloride gold(III) ions in water
855
Hydrogen-assisted failure in a twinning-induced plasticity steel studied under in situ hydrogen charging by electron channeling contrast imaging Original Research Article
856
Hydrogen-assisted processing of materials
857
Hydrogen-assisted processing of materials
858
Hydrogen-assisted pulsed KrF-laser irradiation for the in situ photoreduction of graphene oxide films
859
Hydrogen-assisted reduction of the Ni(1 1 0)(3 × 1)–O surface studied by metastable-induced electron spectroscopy
860
Hydrogen-assisted stress cracking of high-strength wheel bolts
861
Hydrogen-assisted stress-corrosion of prestressing wires in a motorway viaduct
862
Hydrogenated amorphous and crystalline SiC thin films grown by RF-PECVD and thermal MOCVD; comparative study of structural and optical properties
863
Hydrogenated amorphous carbon formation with plasma-immersion ion plating
864
Hydrogenated amorphous carbon nitride with controlled hydrogen density — Structural analysis and electric field emission property
865
Hydrogenated amorphous carbon thin films deposition by pulsed DC plasma enhanced by electrostatic confinement
866
Hydrogenated amorphous silicon films with significantly improved stability
867
Hydrogenated amorphous silicon-carbide thin films with high photo-sensitivity prepared by layer-by-layer hydrogen annealing technique
868
Hydrogenated amorphous silicon–carbon alloys obtained from Ar–SiH4–CH4 gas mixtures: Structural and transport properties
869
Hydrogenated and oxidized vicinal Si(001) surfaces investigated by reflectance-difference spectroscopy
870
Hydrogenated carboxylated nitrile rubber/modified zinc carbonate basic composites with photoluminescence properties
871
Hydrogenated diamond-like carbon film deposited on UHMWPE by RF-PECVD
872
Hydrogenated fat and lipoprotein levels
873
Hydrogenated fat intake during pregnancy and lactation modifies serum lipid profile and adipokine mRNA in 21-day-old rats
874
Hydrogenated hydroxy-functionalized polyisoprene (H-HTPI) and isocyanurate of isophorone diisocyanates (I-IPDI): reaction kinetics study using FTIR spectroscopy
875
Hydrogenated hydroxy-terminated polyisoprene (HHTPI) based urethane network: network properties
876
Hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon films prepared by VHF-PECVD and single junction solar cell
877
Hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon germanium as bottom sub-cell absorber for triple junction solar cell
878
Hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon thin films deposited by RF-PECVD under low ion bombardment energy using voltage waveform tailoring
879
Hydrogenated microcrystalline silicon: how to correlate layer properties and solar cell performance
880
Hydrogenated monoterpenes as diesel fuel additives
881
Hydrogenated nanocrystalline silicon p-layer in amorphous silicon n–i–p solar cells
882
Hydrogenated nanocrystalline silicon thin film prepared by RF-PECVD at high pressure
883
Hydrogenated p-type nanocrystalline silicon in amorphous silicon solar cells
884
Hydrogenated Schiff base ligands: Towards the controlled organisation of open metal frameworks
885
Hydrogenated terphenyl contaminants in recycled paper
886
Hydrogenating rates of twin columns packed with Pd and molecular sieve with an alternately counter-current flow for hydrogen isotope separation
887
Hydrogenation and annealing effect on electrical properties of nanostructured Mg/Mn bilayer thin films
888
Hydrogenation and annealing effects on the deep levels and acceptor neutralization in p-CdTe
889
Hydrogenation and Charge States of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Diffuse Clouds. II. Results
890
Hydrogenation and decomposition kinetic study of H2O2 over Pd/C catalyst in an aqueous medium at high CO2 pressure
891
Hydrogenation and degradation of Mg–10 wt% Ni alloy after cyclic hydriding–dehydriding
892
Hydrogenation and dehydrogenation behaviours of nanocrystalline Mg20Ni10−xCux (x = 0−4) alloys prepared by melt spinning
893
Hydrogenation and dehydrogenation of cyclohexene on Pt(1 0 0): A sum frequency generation vibrational spectroscopic and kinetic study
894
Hydrogenation and dehydrogenation of Mg2Co nanoparticles and carbon nanotube composites
895
Hydrogenation and dehydrogenation processes of palladium thin films measured in situ by spectroscopic ellipsometry
896
Hydrogenation and dehydrogenation rates of oxide Fe2O3-added magnesium, and effects of Ti addition
897
Hydrogenation and dehydrogenation reactions catalyzed by CNTs supported palladium catalysts
898
Hydrogenation and deuterium exchange by spillover hydrogen of ethylbenzene adsorbed on H-USY zeolite Original Research Article
899
Hydrogenation and Hydrodeoxygenation of 2-methyl-2-pentenal on supported metal catalysts
900
Hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis/ring-opening of naphthalene on Pd/Pt supported on zirconium-doped mesoporous silica catalysts
901
Hydrogenation and physical properties of the ternary germanide CeCoGe: an anisotropic expansion of the unit cell
902
Hydrogenation and ring opening of naphthalene on bulk and supported Mo2C catalysts Original Research Article
903
Hydrogenation and ring opening of tetralin on noble metal supported on zirconium doped mesoporous silica catalysts Original Research Article
904
Hydrogenation and ring opening of Tetralin over bifunctional catalysts based on the new ITQ-21 zeolite Original Research Article
905
Hydrogenation and Ring-Opening of Tetralin on Ni and NiMo Supported on Alumina-Pillared α-Zirconium Phosphate Catalysts. A Thiotolerance Study
906
Hydrogenation and structural properties of Gd2Ni7 with superlattice structure
907
Hydrogenation behavior of high-energy ball milled amorphous Mg2Ni catalyzed by multi-walled carbon nanotubes
908
Hydrogenation behavior of the solid solutions RE4NiMg1−xAlx and RE4−yNiMg1+y with RE = Gd and Y
909
Hydrogenation behaviour of La0.5R0.5Ni4.8Al0.1Li0.1 (R = La, Ce, Pr or Nd) alloys
910
Hydrogenation catalysts prepared from amorphous alloys with zirconium
911
Hydrogenation catalysts prepared from amorphous alloys with zirconium
912
Hydrogenation characteristics of ternary alloys containing Ti4Ni2X (X=O, N, C)
913
Hydrogenation characteristics of the proton conducting oxide–hydrogen storage alloy composite
914
Hydrogenation condition for sequential processes to (+)-trifluoromethyl monomorine
915
Hydrogenation effect on electrical, optical and magnetic properties of ZnSe/Co bilayer DMS thin films
916
Hydrogenation effect on silicon on sapphire grown by rapid thermal chemical vapor deposition
917
Hydrogenation effect on structural, electrical and optical properties of CdS thin films for solar cell
918
Hydrogenation effect on the structural transition of C60
919
Hydrogenation effects in R2Fe14Si2 (R = Y, Nd, Dy and Er) offstoichiometric compounds
920
Hydrogenation effects on the structural and optical properties of Si+-implanted fused silica
921
Hydrogenation induced deformation mode and thermal conductivity variations in graphene sheets
922
Hydrogenation kinetics of toluene on Pt/ZSM-22
923
Hydrogenation method based on electrodeposited layers controlling the hydrogen desorption rate
924
Hydrogenation of (Zr69.5Al7.5Cu12Ni11)100 − xTix quasicrystalline alloys and its effect on their structural and microhardness behavior
925
Hydrogenation of [60]fullerene using a novel chemical vapour modification (CVM) method
926
Hydrogenation of [60]fullerene with lithium in aliphatic amines
927
Hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene on Pd(111) and PdSn/Pd(111) surface alloys under UHV conditions
928
Hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene on Pd/SiO2 in the presence of H2S deactivation and reactivation of the catalyst Original Research Article
929
Hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene on two ordered Sn/Pt(111) surface alloys
930
Hydrogenation of 1,3-butadiene over catalysts prepared from amorphous Pd2Ni50Nb48 ribbon: Effect of self-poisoning on competitive adsorption Original Research Article
931
Hydrogenation of 1-butene on nanosized Pd/ZnO catalysts
932
Hydrogenation of 1-phenyl-1,2-propanedione over Pt catalysts modified by cinchona alkaloid O-ethers and the kinetic resolution of the 1-hydroxyketones generated
933
Hydrogenation of 2,4-Dinitro-toluene on Pd/C Catalysts: Computational Study on the Influence of the Molecular Adsorption Modes and of Steric Hindrance and Metal Dispersion on the Reaction Mechanism
934
Hydrogenation of 2-butyne-1,4-diol in supercritical carbon dioxide promoted by stainless steel reactor wall
935
Hydrogenation of 2-ethyl-9,10-anthraquinone on Pd-polyaniline(SiO2) composite catalyst: The effect of humidity Original Research Article
936
Hydrogenation of 2-ethylanthraquinone on alumina-supported palladium catalysts: The effect of support modification with Na2SiO3 Original Research Article
937
Hydrogenation of 2-pentyne over Pd/Al2O3 catalysts: Effect of operating variables and solvent selection Original Research Article
938
Hydrogenation of 3,4-epoxy-1-butene over Cu–Pd/SiO2 catalysts prepared by electroless deposition
939
Hydrogenation of 3-nitroacetophenone over rhodium/silica catalysts: Effect of metal dispersion and catalyst support Original Research Article
940
Hydrogenation of 4-deoxy-β-l-threo-hex-4-enopyranosyluronic acid sodium salt attached to xylodiose or xylotriose
941
Hydrogenation of 9-ethylcarbazole as a prototype of a liquid hydrogen carrier
942
Hydrogenation of a 4-benzylpyridine derivative over supported precious metal catalysts
943
Hydrogenation of a hydroformylated naphtha model (mixture of specific aldehydes) catalysed by Ru/TPPTS complex in aqueous media Original Research Article
944
Hydrogenation of acetophenone derivatives: Tuning the enantioselectivity via the metal–support interaction
945
Hydrogenation of acetophenone in a pervaporative catalytic membrane reactor with online mass spectrometric monitoring
946
Hydrogenation of acetylene in ethylene rich feedstocks: Comparison between palladium catalysts supported on pumice and alumina Original Research Article
947
Hydrogenation of acetylene over low loaded Pd and Pd-Au/SiO2 catalysts Original Research Article
948
Hydrogenation of acetylene–ethylene mixtures over Pd and Pd–Ag alloys: First-principles-based kinetic Monte Carlo simulations
949
Hydrogenation of acetylenics by Pd-exchanged mesoporous materials Original Research Article
950
Hydrogenation of acrylonitrile-butadiene rubber latex using in situ synthesized RhCl(PPh3)3 catalyst Original Research Article
951
Hydrogenation of aliphatic carboxylic acids to corresponding aldehydes over Cr2O3-based catalysts Original Research Article
952
Hydrogenation of alkenes or alkynes using decaborane in methanol
953
Hydrogenation of alkenes with sodium borohydride and moist alumina catalyzed by nickel chloride
954
Hydrogenation of alkenes with sodium borohydride and moist alumina catalyzed by nickel chloride
955
Hydrogenation of alkenes with sodium borohydride and moist alumina catalyzed by nickel chloride
956
Hydrogenation of aluminium hexamer: Ab initio molecular orbital theory and density functional theory study
957
Hydrogenation of an α,β-unsaturated aldehyde catalyzed with ruthenium complexes with different fluorinated phosphine compounds in supercritical carbon dioxide and conventional organic solvents
958
Hydrogenation of aniline to cyclohexylamine in supercritical carbon dioxide: Significance of phase behaviour Original Research Article
959
Hydrogenation of aromatic compounds during gas oil hydrodewaxing: I. Effect of ruthenium content and method of nickel catalyst preparation
960
Hydrogenation of aromatic ketones with Pt- and Sn-modified Pt catalysts Original Research Article
961
Hydrogenation of aromatics on modified platinum–alumina catalysts Original Research Article
962
Hydrogenation of Aromatics on Sulfur-Resistant PtPd Bimetallic Catalysts
963
Hydrogenation of aromatics over Au-Pd/SiO2-Al2O3 catalysts; support acidity effect Original Research Article
964
Hydrogenation of aromatics over supported Pt-Pd catalysts Original Research Article
965
Hydrogenation of aryl ketones using palladium nanoparticles on single-walled carbon nanotubes in an ionic liquid
966
Hydrogenation of benzene and toluene over Ir particles supported on γ-Al2O3 Original Research Article
967
Hydrogenation of benzene and toluene over size controlled Pt/SBA-15 catalysts: Elucidation of the Pt particle size effect on reaction kinetics
968
Hydrogenation of benzene on La–Ni and clay supported La–Ni catalysts Original Research Article
969
Hydrogenation of benzene on Ni/Al-pillared montmorillonite catalysts Original Research Article
970
Hydrogenation of benzene on Ni/Al-pillared saponite catalysts Original Research Article
971
Hydrogenation of Benzene over Alumina-Supported Nickel Catalysts Prepared from Ni(II) Acetylacetonate
972
Hydrogenation of benzene over ruthenium-exchanged montmorillonite in the presence of thiophene
973
Hydrogenation of benzothiophene-free naphthalene over charcoal-supported metal catalysts in supercritical carbon dioxide solvent Original Research Article
974
Hydrogenation of BF2 complexes with 1,3-dicarbonyl ligands
975
Hydrogenation of biodiesel using thermoregulated phase-transfer catalyst for production of fatty alcohols
976
Hydrogenation of bisphenol A – Using a mesoporous silica based nano ruthenium catalyst Ru/MCM-41 and water as the solvent
977
Hydrogenation of bitumen in situ in supercritical water flow with and without addition of zinc and aluminum
978
Hydrogenation of buried passive sections in photonic integrated circuits: a tool to improve propagation losses at ∼1.56 μm
979
Hydrogenation of butanal over silica-supported Shvo’s catalyst and its use for the gas-phase conversion of propene to butanol via tandem hydroformylation and hydrogenation
980
Hydrogenation of C14 Laves phase alloy: CaLi2
981
Hydrogenation of carbon dioxide on copper in a H+ conducting membrane-reactor
982
Hydrogenation of carbon dioxide over CuZn-chromate/zeolite composite catalyst: The effects of reaction behavior of alkenes on hydrocarbon synthesis Original Research Article
983
Hydrogenation of carbon fragments after femtosecond laser ablation of solid C60
984
Hydrogenation of carbon grains by exposure to hydrogen atoms: Implications for the 3.4 μm interstellar absorption band Original Research Article
985
Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide on Ni(1 1 1) investigated with surface X-ray diffraction at atmospheric pressure
986
Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide over cobalt nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotubes
987
Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide over nanostructured systems: A mechanochemical approach
988
Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide over zirconia-supported palladium catalysts prepared using water-in-oil microemulsion Original Research Article
989
Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide to methane over mesoporous nickel-M-alumina (M = Fe, Ni, Co, Ce, and La) xerogel catalysts
990
Hydrogenation of carbon monoxide under mechanical activation conditions Original Research Article
991
Hydrogenation of carbon oxides over Fe/Al2O3 catalysts Original Research Article
992
Hydrogenation of carbon oxides over promoted Fe-Mn catalysts prepared by the microemulsion methodology Original Research Article
993
Hydrogenation of carbon oxides using coprecipitated and impregnated Ni/Al2O3 catalysts Original Research Article
994
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