Dataset for "Direct Evidence for Solid-Like Hydrogen in a Nanoporous Carbon Hydrogen Storage Material at Supercritical Temperatures"


Bimbo, N., Ting, V., 2015. Dataset for "Direct Evidence for Solid-Like Hydrogen in a Nanoporous Carbon Hydrogen Storage Material at Supercritical Temperatures". University of Bath. https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-00114.


Experimental neutron scattering data to support the manuscript " Direct Evidence for Solid-Like Hydrogen in a Nanoporous Carbon Hydrogen Storage Material at Supercritical Temperatures" (ACS Nano, 2015). The raw data for the inelastic neutron scattering data collected on the TOSCA instrument at the ISIS neutron facility, at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, UK is deposited here.

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Dataset for Direct Evidence for Solid-Like Hydrogen in a Nanoporous Carbon Hydrogen Storage Material at Supercritical Temperatures journal paper. The data set includes inelastic neutron scattering data raw data files (.dat) collected on the TOSCA instrument at the ISIS neutron facility, at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratories, UK at the following hydrogen pressures (at 77 K) for activated carbon TE7: 0.016 MPa H2 at 77 K 0.074 MPa H2 at 77 K 0.168 MPa H2 at 77 K 0.300 MPa H2 at 77 K 0.630 MPa H2 at 77 K 0.998 MPa H2 at 77 K 2.071 MPa H2 at 77 K 3.500 MPa H2 at 77 K This data pertains to Figs 1, 2 and 3 in the paper " Direct Evidence for Solid-Like Hydrogen in a Nanoporous Carbon Hydrogen Storage Material at Supercritical Temperatures" (ACS Nano, 2015). The integrated intensities under the peaks were calculated from the raw data over the following ranges: - The total inelastic signal (integrated intensity from 2 to 500 meV). - Integrated intensity under the elastic peak from -2 meV to 2 meV. - Integrated intensity under the 14.7 meV rotor line fit using a Gaussian peak shape The data processing and peak integration was performed using the Mantid software (available from http://www.mantidproject.org).

Title: Dataset for "Direct Evidence for Solid-Like Hydrogen in a Nanoporous Carbon Hydrogen Storage Material at Supercritical Temperatures"
Subjects: Energy > Energy Storage
Materials sciences > Materials Characterisation
Departments: Faculty of Engineering & Design > Chemical Engineering
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15125/BATH-00114
URI: http://researchdata.bath.ac.uk/id/eprint/114
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