His scientific interests lie mostly in Hydrogen storage, Hydrogen, Electrochemistry, Alloy and Inorganic chemistry. His Hydrogen storage research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hydride, Dehydrogenation, Catalysis, Desorption and Analytical chemistry. He has researched Hydrogen in several fields, including Ball mill and Atmospheric temperature range.
His research in Electrochemistry intersects with topics in Composite number and Composite material. His Alloy study incorporates themes from Solid solution, Phase and Electrode. His Inorganic chemistry research also works with subjects such as
His primary areas of study are Hydrogen storage, Hydrogen, Inorganic chemistry, Dehydrogenation and Electrochemistry. Hydrogen storage is a primary field of his research addressed under Alloy. His work deals with themes such as Nucleation, Borohydride, Desorption, Metal and Ammonia, which intersect with Hydrogen.
His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Composite number and Magnesium. His research integrates issues of Activation energy, Isothermal process, Thermal decomposition, Enthalpy and Cryo-adsorption in his study of Dehydrogenation. His work is dedicated to discovering how Electrochemistry, Anode are connected with Lithium, Amorphous solid and Nanotechnology and other disciplines.
Hongge Pan mostly deals with Hydrogen storage, Catalysis, Hydrogen, Dehydrogenation and Ion. His studies in Hydrogen storage integrate themes in fields like Composite number, Ball mill and Magnesium. His Hydrogen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nanosheet, Desorption, Bimetal, Nanocrystal and Metal.
As a member of one scientific family, Hongge Pan mostly works in the field of Dehydrogenation, focusing on Graphene and, on occasion, Nanorod and Nucleation. He combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, Transition metal and Electrode with his study of Lithium. His Nanotechnology research includes themes of Reaction intermediate and Electrochemistry.
Hongge Pan focuses on Catalysis, Anode, Porosity, Hydrogen storage and Hydrogen. The concepts of his Catalysis study are interwoven with issues in Nanoparticle, Nanotechnology, Rational design and Electrocatalyst. While the research belongs to areas of Anode, Hongge Pan spends his time largely on the problem of Ion, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Silicon monoxide, Composite number, Thermal conduction and Conductivity.
His study in Hydrogen storage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nanocrystal, Dehydrogenation, Solid solution and Ball mill. As part of his studies on Hydrogen, Hongge Pan frequently links adjacent subjects like Bimetal. His Lithium borohydride research incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry and Lithium.
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Advanced hydrogen storage alloys for Ni/MH rechargeable batteries
Yongfeng Liu;Hongge Pan;Mingxia Gao;Qidong Wang.
Journal of Materials Chemistry (2011)
Rare earth–Mg–Ni-based hydrogen storage alloys as negative electrode materials for Ni/MH batteries
Yongfeng Liu;Yanhui Cao;Li Huang;Mingxia Gao.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2011)
Lithium alloys and metal oxides as high-capacity anode materials for lithium-ion batteries
Chu Liang;Mingxia Gao;Hongge Pan;Yongfeng Liu.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2013)
A Study of the Structural and Electrochemical Properties of La0.7Mg0.3 ( Ni0.85Co0.15 ) x ( x = 2.5 5.0 ) Hydrogen Storage Alloys
Hongge Pan;Yongfeng Liu;Mingxia Gao;Yongquan Lei.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2003)
Effects of carbon coating and iron phosphides on the electrochemical properties of LiFePO4/C
Y. Lin;M.X. Gao;D. Zhu;Y.F. Liu.
Journal of Power Sources (2008)
An investigation on the structural and electrochemical properties of La0.7Mg0.3(Ni0.85Co0.15)x (x=3.15–3.80) hydrogen storage electrode alloys
Hongge Pan;Yongfeng Liu;Mingxia Gao;Yunfeng Zhu.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2003)
Size-Dependent Kinetic Enhancement in Hydrogen Absorption and Desorption of the Li−Mg−N−H System
Yongfeng Liu;Kai Zhong;Kun Luo;Mingxia Gao.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Potassium‐Modified Mg(NH2)2/2 LiH System for Hydrogen Storage
Jianhui Wang;Jianhui Wang;Tao Liu;Guotao Wu;Wen Li.
Angewandte Chemie (2009)
High performance [email protected]/C composite anode materials for Li-ion batteries derived from ball-milling and in situ carbonization
Dingsheng Wang;Mingxia Gao;Hongge Pan;Junhua Wang.
Journal of Power Sources (2014)
Superior catalytic activity derived from a two-dimensional Ti3C2 precursor towards the hydrogen storage reaction of magnesium hydride
Yongfeng Liu;Yongfeng Liu;Hufei Du;Xin Zhang;Yaxiong Yang.
Chemical Communications (2016)
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