Hydrogen storage materials based on magnesium alloys are interesting because they exhibit light weight, a large hydrogen capacity, and have a low cost. The Figure shows Mg2Ni which has been produced using powder metallurgical methods. It is found to have an attractive property profile compared to material prepared using induction melting.
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