Hydrogen adsorption of carbon nanocone arrays: Influences of cone arrangements

I-Ling Chang, Ming Liang Liao, Chi Hsiang Chuang

研究成果: Conference contribution

摘要

This paper used molecular dynamics (MD) simulations to investigate influences of cone arrangements (including the cone orientation, arrangement pattern and cone spacing) on hydrogen adsorption of open-tip carbon nanocone (CNC) arrays at temperatures of 100 and 300 K. To consider curvature effects for the cone structure of the CNCs, the curvature-modified Lennard-Jones potential parameters were adopted to describe the interactions between the hydrogen and carbon atoms. It was found that the cone orientation (aligned, opposite, and alternate) does not have obvious influences on hydrogen adsorption of the CNC arrays. The arrangement pattern (square and triangular), however, had significant influences on the hydrogen adsorption. The square-patterned CNC array was noticed to have higher storage weight percentage than the triangular-patterned one. Regarding to the influences of cone spacing, the storage weight percentage grew with the increase of the cone spacing and arrived at a stable value as the cone spacing reached a certain critical value. The influences cone arrangements could be ascribed to repulsive effects, which are evident as cone spacing become narrow.

原文English
主出版物標題Materials, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Research Advances 1.1
頁面345-349
頁數5
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2014 一月 7
事件1st International Materials, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Conference, MIMEC 2013 - Johor Bahru, Malaysia
持續時間: 2013 十二月 42013 十二月 6

出版系列

名字Advanced Materials Research
845
ISSN(列印)1022-6680

Other

Other1st International Materials, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Conference, MIMEC 2013
國家Malaysia
城市Johor Bahru
期間13-12-0413-12-06

指紋

Cones
Adsorption
Hydrogen
Carbon
Lennard-Jones potential
Molecular dynamics
Atoms
Computer simulation

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Engineering(all)

引用此文

Chang, I-L., Liao, M. L., & Chuang, C. H. (2014). Hydrogen adsorption of carbon nanocone arrays: Influences of cone arrangements. 於 Materials, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Research Advances 1.1 (頁 345-349). (Advanced Materials Research; 卷 845). https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.845.345
Chang, I-Ling ; Liao, Ming Liang ; Chuang, Chi Hsiang. / Hydrogen adsorption of carbon nanocone arrays : Influences of cone arrangements. Materials, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Research Advances 1.1. 2014. 頁 345-349 (Advanced Materials Research).
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Hydrogen adsorption of carbon nanocone arrays : Influences of cone arrangements. / Chang, I-Ling; Liao, Ming Liang; Chuang, Chi Hsiang.

Materials, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering Research Advances 1.1. 2014. p. 345-349 (Advanced Materials Research; 卷 845).

研究成果: Conference contribution

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