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    Effects of Porous Graphene on LiOH Based Composite Materials for Low Temperature Thermochemical Heat Storage

    Lisheng Deng1,2, Hongyu Huang2,*, Zhaohong He2, Shijie Li2, Zhen Huang2, Mitsuhiro Kubota3, You Zhou4,*, Dezhen Chen1

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.10, No.11, pp. 2895-2906, 2022, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2022.019071

    Abstract Thermochemical heat storage material inorganic hydrate LiOH is selected as a promising candidate material for storing low-temperature heat energy because of its high energy density (1440 kJ/kg) and mild reaction process. However, the low hydration rate of LiOH limits the performance of low temperature thermochemical heat storage system as well as the thermal conductivity. In this study, porous-graphene/LiOH composite thermochemical heat storage materials with strong water sorption property and higher thermal conductivity were synthesized by hydrothermal process. The experimental results show that the hydration rate of the composites was greatly improved. The heat storage density More >

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    Carbonation Reaction of Lithium Hydroxide during Low Temperature Thermal Energy Storage Process

    Jun Li1,2,3, Tao Zeng1,2,3,*, Noriyuki Kobayashi4, Rongjun Wu4, Haotai Xu4, Lisheng Deng1,2,3, Zhaohong He1,2,3, Hongyu Huang1,2,3,*

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.9, No.9, pp. 1621-2630, 2021, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2021.015231

    Abstract In order to apply lithium hydroxide (LiOH) as a low temperature chemical heat storage material, the carbonation reaction of LiOH and the prevention method are focused in this research. The carbonation of raw LiOH at storage and hydration condition is experimentally investigated. The results show that the carbonation reaction of LiOH with carbon dioxide (CO2) is confirmed during the hydration reaction. The carbonation of LiOH can be easily carried out with CO2 at room temperature and humidity. LiOH can be carbonated at a humidity range of 10% to 20%, a normal humidity region that air can More >

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    Super Absorption Behavior of Chitosan by Freeze-Blasting in Different Alkaline Solvents

    Min Fan1,2,3*, Qiaoling Hu4

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.6, No.5, pp. 457-463, 2018, DOI:10.7569/JRM.2017.634178

    Abstract The absorption behavior of chitosan in alkaline solution by freeze-blasting was studied. The influence of alkaline type, concentration, and small molecules was investigated, as well as the different roles of LiOH and NaOH in the absorption. Chitosan reached its maximum absorption rate when LiOH concentration was 4.8 wt% and NaOH 4.0 wt%, respectively. Chitosan showed better absorption capacity in LiOH solution. Urea could improve the absorption when its concentration was more than or equal to 4.0 wt%, and the improvement was greater in NaOH solution. Thiourea showed no obvious effect in LiOH solution, but showed More >

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