For different hydrogenated metal intercalated fullerides (Na10C60-H, Li12C60-H, and Li28C60-H) the activation energies for hydrogen desorption were determined by DSC. The Vyazovkin advanced method (VA) was used for the calculation of the reaction model free activation energy as a function of the extent of conversion α. Activation energies are highest for low α and decrease for increasing α, between around 200–145 and 245–175 kJ/mol for the Na and Li compounds, respectively. The decrease of activation energy as a function of the extent of conversion can be explained by an increasing charge transfer to the C60H36+y cage during desorption. Na intercalation leads to a significant thermodynamic destabilization for hydrogen desorption. Dehydrogenation enthalpies of 52 (Na10C60-H), 66 (Li12C60-H), and 69 kJ/mol H2 (Li28C60-H) were determined. These values are lower compared to literature values for desorption of pure C60H36 (74 kJ/mol H2). The onsets of hydrogen desorption are 185 °C (Na10C60-H), 260 °C (Li12C60-H), and 250 °C (Li28C60-H) compared to >400 °C for pure C60H36.

Hydrogen Desorption Kinetics in Metal Intercalated Fullerides / Mauron, Philippe; Gaboardi, Mattia; Pontiroli, Daniele; Remhof, Arndt; Riccò, Mauro; Züttel, Andreas. - In: JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY. C. - ISSN 1932-7447. - 119:4(2015), pp. 1714-1719. [10.1021/jp511102y]

Hydrogen Desorption Kinetics in Metal Intercalated Fullerides

GABOARDI, Mattia Gianandrea;PONTIROLI, Daniele;RICCO', Mauro;
2015

Abstract

For different hydrogenated metal intercalated fullerides (Na10C60-H, Li12C60-H, and Li28C60-H) the activation energies for hydrogen desorption were determined by DSC. The Vyazovkin advanced method (VA) was used for the calculation of the reaction model free activation energy as a function of the extent of conversion α. Activation energies are highest for low α and decrease for increasing α, between around 200–145 and 245–175 kJ/mol for the Na and Li compounds, respectively. The decrease of activation energy as a function of the extent of conversion can be explained by an increasing charge transfer to the C60H36+y cage during desorption. Na intercalation leads to a significant thermodynamic destabilization for hydrogen desorption. Dehydrogenation enthalpies of 52 (Na10C60-H), 66 (Li12C60-H), and 69 kJ/mol H2 (Li28C60-H) were determined. These values are lower compared to literature values for desorption of pure C60H36 (74 kJ/mol H2). The onsets of hydrogen desorption are 185 °C (Na10C60-H), 260 °C (Li12C60-H), and 250 °C (Li28C60-H) compared to >400 °C for pure C60H36.
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