Cryo-adsorption

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Cryo-adsorption is a method used for hydrogen storage where gaseous hydrogen at cryogenic temperatures (150 - 60 K) is physically adsorbed on porous material, mostly activated carbon. The achievable storage density is between liquid hydrogen (LH2) storage systems and compressed hydrogen (CGH2) storage systems.[1]

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