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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012APPLICATIONS FOR IN-SITU NEUTRON DIFFRACTION ON HYDROGEN STORAGE MATERIALSDOLCI FRANCESCO; WEIDNER Eveline; HOELZEL Markus; HANSEN Thomas; FICHTNER Maximilan; LOHSTROH WiebkeArticles in books
2010Functions of LiBH4 in the Hydrogen Sorption Reactions of 2LiH-Mg(NH2)2 SystemHU Jianjiang; HOELZEL Markus; FICHTNER Maximilan; WEIDNER EvelineArticles in Journals
2011Hydrogen Release and Structural Transformations in LiNH2-MgH2 SystemsPOTTMAIER Daphiny; DOLCI FRANCESCO; ORLOVA Maria; VAUGHAN Gavin; FICHTNER Maximilan; LOHSTROH Wiebke; BARICCO MarcelloContributions to Conferences
2009Hydrogenation Reaction Pathway in Li2Mg(NH)2WEIDNER RONNEFELD Eveline; DOLCI Francesco; HU Jianjiang; LOHSTROH Wiebke; BULL Dan; HANSEN Thomas; FICHTNER MaximilanArticles in Journals
2010In-situ Neutron Diffraction Study of Magnesium Amide / Lithium Hydride Stoichiometric Mixtures with Lithium Hydride ExcessDOLCI FRANCESCO; WEIDNER Eveline; HOELZEL Markus; HANSEN Thomas; MORETTO Pietro; PISTIDDA Claudio; BRUNELLI Michela; FICHTNER Maximilan; LOHSTROH WiebkeArticles in Journals
2011Magnesium Imide - Synthesis and Structure Determination of an Unconventional Alkaline Earth Imide from Decomposition of Magnesium AmideDOLCI FRANCESCO; NAPOLITANO Emilio; WEIDNER Eveline; ENZO Stefano; MORETTO Pietro; BRUNELLI Michela; HANSEN Thomas; FICHTNER Maximilan; LOHSTROH WiebkeArticles in Journals
2010Pressure Effect on the 2NaH+MgB2 Hydrogen Absorption ReactionPISTIDDA Claudio; GARRONI Sebastiano; BONATTO MINELLA Christian; DOLCI FRANCESCO; JENSEN Torben; NOLIS Pau; BÖSENBERG Ulrike; CERENIUS Yngve; LOHSTROH Wiebke; FICHTNER Maximilan; BARÓ Maria Dolores; BORMANN Rüdiger; DORNHEIM MartinArticles in Journals
2010Tailoring Thermodynamics of Hydrogen Storage MaterialsLOHSTROH Wiebke; DOLCI FRANCESCO; FICHTNER MaximilanContributions to Conferences
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