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Current Research Trends and Perspectives on Solid-State Nanomaterials in Hydrogen Storage

Table 6

Experimentally measured hydrogen storage properties of selected HCPs, CMPs, and PIMs.

Polymer materialStorage conditions
Temp. (K)/Press. (bar)
BET surface area (m2 g–1)Hydrogen capability (wt%)Ref

HCP (polystyrene)77/1.219301.5[29]
HCP (polystyrene)77/1529203.04[164]
HCP (polyphenylene)77/1519043.68[165]
HCP (polyaminobenzene)(a) 77/1.2
(b) 273/90
3840.97
0.22
[166]
HCP (polyphenylene-Pt)298/1913990.21[167]
CMP (poly(arylene-ethynylene))77/1.010181.4[168]
CMP (NCMP-0)(a) 77/1.13
(b) 77/1.13
1108(a) 1.5
(b) 2.0
[171]
CMP (E1)(a) 77/1.13
(b) 77/8
1213(a) 1.33
(b) 2.66
[172]
CMP (EOF-6)77/1.013801.29[174]
CMP (PCZN-8)77/1.011261.35[175]
CMP (Li-Doped)77/1.08346.1[177]
CMP (PTAT, Li-Doped)(a) 77/1.0
(b) 273/1.0
304(a) 7.3
(b) 0.32
[178]
PIM-1(a) 77/1.0
(b) 77/10
760(a) 1.04
(b) 1.44
[181]
PIM (STP-II)77/1.019901.9[184]
HATN-PIM77/1207723.86[185]
PIM (PAF mixture)77/10011974.1[186]
PIM (AC (20 wt%) mixture)77/10011303.7[54]