Localized Surface Plasmons Shed Light on Nanoscale Metal Hydrides
Nanometer-sized hydrides are attractive for hydrogen storage. Nanofabricated model systems can be studied by a novel localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) based direct sensing approach and by quartz crystal microbalance. The role of nanoparticle size, shape and microstructure on the storage thermodynamics can be scrutinized.
Published in: Advanced Materials
Authors: Christoph Langhammer, Bengt Kasemo, Elin M. Larsson, Igor Zoric