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092-802-6896
Academic Degree
Ph.D.
Field of Specialization
Materials Engineering, Hydrogen Storage, Energy Storage, Inorganic Materials, Funcational Materials
ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
http://orcid.org/0000-0001-7223-1754
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
00years10months
Outline Activities
We mainly focus on the development of integrated system of renewable energy and hydrogen technology, incorporating the exploration of basic scientific principles relevant to them, in order to realize a sustainable clean energy society. In particular, we are vigorously implementing research and development of metal hydrides and inorganic hydrides for “high-density hydrogen storage”, as well as “other novel functions” such as electrochemical properties, through utilization of cutting-edge technologies related to materials syntheses, atomic/electronic structures analyses and property characterizations.
Research
Research Interests
  • Functionalization of hydrides by integration of experiment and computational science
    keyword : Hydride, hydrogen storage, ionic conductivity
    2019.04~2021.03.
  • Improvement of hydrogen storage and ionic conductivity of complex hydrides based on tailoring polyatomic anion
    keyword : Hydride, hydrogen storage, ionic conductivity
    2018.04~2021.03.
  • Mechanism clarification and control of dehydrogenation of complex hydrides by nanoconfinement (Fostering Joint International Research)
    keyword : complex hydride, hydrogen storage, nanoconfinement
    2016.04~2019.03.
  • Efficient Utilization of Heat and Electric power from Renewable Energy in Urban Areas Mediated by Hydrogen Energy
    keyword : Hydrogen energy, hydrogen storage, Renewable energy
    2016.08~2019.03.
  • Development of hydrides with super ionic conductivity
    keyword : hydride, complex hydride, super ionic conductivity, solid-state electrolyte
    2015.04.
  • Conversion of CO2 into Hydrocarbon Fuel with Hydride
    keyword : CO2 conversion, Hydrocarbon Fuel, Hydride
    2015.04.
  • Development of hydrogen storage materials for Ni-MH battery
    keyword : Ni-MH battery, hydrogen storage
    2012.04.
  • Mechanistic clarification and de/rehydrogenation improvement of complex hydrides confined in nanospace
    keyword : hydrogen, hydrogen storage, complex hydride, nanospace
    2013.04~2017.03.
  • Development of magnesium-based hydrogen gas sensor using surface acoustic wave
    keyword : hydrogen, sensor, magnesium
    2012.10~2013.09.
  • Development of high-density hydrogen storage materials through controlling nanostructure
    keyword : hydrogen, hydrogen storage, nanostructure
    2012.10~2013.09.
  • Development of B-N based hydrides for high density hydrogen storage
    keyword : hydrogen, hydride, hydrogen storage
    2012.04~2014.12.
  • Development of complex hydrides for hydrogen strorage from a viewpoint of atomic diffusion
    keyword : hydrogen, hydrogen storage, complex hydrides, atomic diffusion
    2011.10~2012.09.
  • Development of chemical hydrides for onboard hydrogen storage materials
    keyword : Chemical hydride, Complex hydride, Borohydride, Amide, Alanate, Hydrogen Storage
    2011.04~2014.03.
  • Fundamental studies on Boron-based complex hydrides―Mechanistic clarification and performance improvement of De-/Re-hydrogenation reactions
    keyword : Hydrogen storage, Complex hydride, Boron, Borohydride
    2011.04~2013.03.
  • Boron-based complex hydrides for high-density hydrogen storage
    keyword : Hydrogen storage, Complex hydride, Boron
    2008.04~2011.03.
  • Systematic studies on hydrogen related de-/re-combinations and applications for advanced hydrogen storage media
    keyword : Hydrogen storage, complex hydride, boron
    2006.09~2008.03.
  • Optimization of surface nanostructure of hydrogen storage alloys as negative electrodes for Ni-metal hydride batteries
    keyword : Hydrogen storage alloy, Nickel-metal hydride battery, nanostructure
    2005.04~2006.09.
  • Structural changes by hydrogenation and hydrogen-induced amorphization in C15 Laves phase compounds
    keyword : Hydrogen, Hydrogen storage, Hydrogen-induced amorphization, Laves phase
    2002.04~2005.03.
Academic Activities
Books
1. T.R. Jensen, Hai-wen Li, M. Zhu, C. Buckley, Functional Materials Based on Metal Hydrides, MDPI, 10.3390/books978-3-03897-283-9 , 2018.10.
2. Craig M. Jensen, Etsuo Akiba, Hai-Wen Li(李 海文), Hydrides: Fundamentals and Applications, MDPI, 2017.02.
3. Kazunari SASAKI, Hai-Wen Li, Akari Hayashi, Yamabe Junichiro, Teppei Ogura, Stephen Matthew LYTH, Hydrogen Energy Engineering - A Japanese Perspective, Springer, 2016.09.
4. Hai-Wen Li (李 海文), G. Wu, T. He, P. Chen, Hydrogen Energy Engineering - A Japanese Perspective, Springer, Chapter 15 Solid Hydrogen Storage Materials: Non-interstitial Hydrides, 207-240, 2016.09.
5. Hai-Wen Li (李 海文), Hydrogen Energy Engineering - A Japanese Perspective, Springer, Chapter 17 Liquid Hydrogen Carriers, 253-264, 2016.09.
6. Hai-Wen Li (李 海文), Kyoaki Onoue, Hydrogen Energy Engineering - A Japanese Perspective, Springer, Chapter 19 Compressed Hydrogen: High-Pressure Hydrogen Tanks, 273-278, 2016.09.
7. Hai-Wen Li (李 海文), Etsuo Akiba, Hydrogen Energy Engineering - A Japanese Perspective, Springer, Chapter 20 Hydrogen Storage: Conclusions and Future Perspectives, 279-282, 2016.09.
Reports
1. K. Ikeda, M. Menjo, Hai-Wen Li, S. Muto, K. Tatsumi, K. Hashi, H. Itoh, T. Kabutomori, S. Orimo, Hydrogen storage in aluminum hydride, 2009.04.
Papers
1. X. Shi, Y. Pang, B. Wang, H. Sun, X. Wang, Y. Li, J. Yang, H. W. Li, S. Zheng, In situ forming LiF nanodecorated electrolyte/electrode interfaces for stable all-solid-state batteries, Materials Today Nano, 10.1016/j.mtnano.2020.100079, 10, 2020.06, The unstable solid electrolyte/electrode interface with dendrite growth and resistance increase significantly reduces the safety and efficiency of all-solid-state batteries. Here, we propose an ‘in situ LiF nanodecoration’ approach to address this issue. By uniform dispersion of ultrafine LiF nanoparticles in amorphous Li2B12H12 matrix that is in situ formed via a solid-state reaction, the resulting composite as electrolyte exhibits favorable Li-ion conductivity (5 × 10−4 S cm−1) with low electronic conductivity (9 × 10−10 S cm−1) at 75 °C. More importantly, this composite electrolyte shows superior electrode compatibility by forming stable electrolyte/electrode interfaces, as demonstrated by high Li dendrite suppression capability (critical current density: 3.6 mA cm−2) and small interfacial resistance (area specific resistance after 10 cycles: 746 Ω cm2) at 75 °C, which further enables the stable cycling of Li–LiFePO4 all-solid-state batteries. This work paves a way for using in- situ nanodecoration chemistry for the design of safe and high efficiency all-solid-state batteries..
2. Michael Hirscher, Volodymyr A. Yartys, Marcello Baricco, Jose Bellosta von Colbe, Didier Blanchard, Robert C. Bowman, Darren P. Broom, Craig E. Buckley, Fei Chang, Ping Chen, Young Whan Cho, Jean Claude Crivello, Fermin Cuevas, William I.F. David, Petra E. de Jongh, Roman V. Denys, Martin Dornheim, Michael Felderhoff, Yaroslav Filinchuk, George E. Froudakis, David M. Grant, Evan Mac A. Gray, Bjørn C. Hauback, Teng He, Terry D. Humphries, Torben R. Jensen, Sangryun Kim, Yoshitsugu Kojima, Michel Latroche, Hai Wen Li, Mykhaylo V. Lototskyy, Joshua W. Makepeace, Kasper T. Møller, Lubna Naheed, Peter Ngene, Dag Noréus, Magnus Moe Nygård, Shin ichi Orimo, Mark Paskevicius, Luca Pasquini, Dorthe B. Ravnsbæk, M. Veronica Sofianos, Terrence J. Udovic, Tejs Vegge, Gavin S. Walker, Colin J. Webb, Claudia Weidenthaler, Claudia Zlotea, Materials for hydrogen-based energy storage – past, recent progress and future outlook, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.153548, 827, 2020.06, Globally, the accelerating use of renewable energy sources, enabled by increased efficiencies and reduced costs, and driven by the need to mitigate the effects of climate change, has significantly increased research in the areas of renewable energy production, storage, distribution and end-use. Central to this discussion is the use of hydrogen, as a clean, efficient energy vector for energy storage. This review, by experts of Task 32, “Hydrogen-based Energy Storage” of the International Energy Agency, Hydrogen TCP, reports on the development over the last 6 years of hydrogen storage materials, methods and techniques, including electrochemical and thermal storage systems. An overview is given on the background to the various methods, the current state of development and the future prospects. The following areas are covered; porous materials, liquid hydrogen carriers, complex hydrides, intermetallic hydrides, electrochemical storage of energy, thermal energy storage, hydrogen energy systems and an outlook is presented for future prospects and research on hydrogen-based energy storage..
3. Mingwei Hu, Jin Huang, Qizhong Li, Rong Tu, Song Zhang, Meijun Yang, Haiwen Li, Takashi Goto, Lianmeng Zhang, Self-supported MoSx/V2O3 heterostructures as efficient hybrid catalysts for hydrogen evolution reaction, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 10.1016/j.jallcom.2020.154262, 827, 2020.06, Earth-abundant and low-cost hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) electrocatalysts represent a future direction for achieving sustainable hydrogen energy production. Low-cost amorphous molybdenum sulfides (MoSx), with their highly active HER activity, have emerged as outstanding catalysts for electrochemical hydrogen production. Herein, we report the development of a synergetic amorphous MoSx hybrid catalysts on V2O3 with optimized HER activity of MoSx. Our synthetic and structural characterization shows that MoSx distributes on V2O3 uniformly. HER-inert V2O3 provides a highly electrochemically active surface area for HER and promotes electron transport. The obtained hybrid MoSx/V2O3/CC catalyst exhibits a low overpotential of 146 mV at 10 mA cm−2 toward HER under acidic conditions, which is comparable with the current advanced catalysts, and high stability with no significant changes over 10 h of electrolysis. The density functional theory calculations also demonstrate that the interface of V2O3 and MoSx helps to improve the conductivity..
4. Zhijie Gao, Qingwu Meng, Ying Zhang, Faliang Zhang, Yongchun Luo, Hai Wen Li, An alternative for the anode materials of nickel metal hydride batteries
an AB3-type La0.6Gd0.2Mg0.2Ni2.6Co0.3Al0.1hydrogen storage alloy, Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/d0dt00774a, 49, 19, 6312-6320, 2020.05, In order to satisfy the demand for the cyclic stability of commercial Ni-MH anodes, a PuNi3-type La0.6Gd0.2Mg0.2Ni2.6Co0.3Al0.1alloy with excellent overall electrochemical properties was prepared by annealing the as-cast alloy sample at different temperatures for a week. The alloy had the highest PuNi3-type content of 86.9 wt% (1073 K), which offered a capacity retention of 69.6% after 100 cycles. However, 23.7 wt% PuNi3type phase of the alloy constantly converted into the Ce2Ni7type phase within a temperature increase of 50 °C, which improved the capacity retention by 12.1% under the same discharge capacity. We found that the addition of Gd did not change the stacked [LaMgNi4]/[LaNi5] superlattice and it maintained the structural stability of the crystal as well as its anti-corrosion, which is also a key factor to improve cyclic stability. These findings imply that alloys with both PuNi3-type and Ce2Ni7-type multiphase structures can be considered as a new choice for hydrogen storage..
5. Zhongliang Ma, Jiangchuan Liu, Yunfeng Zhu, Yingyan Zhao, Huaijun Lin, Yao Zhang, Haiwen Li, Jiguang Zhang, Yana Liu, Wentian Gao, Shanshan Li, Liquan Li, Crystal-facet-dependent catalysis of anatase TiO2 on hydrogen storage of MgH2, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.153553, 822, 2020.05, Various catalysts are developed to enhance the hydrogen storage performances of magnesium based hydride. In particular, the morphology of catalysts governs their surface energy and chemical interactions with Mg and hydrogen, which makes it possible to adjust the hydrogen reaction kinetics of MgH2 through morphological design of the catalysts. Here, we report a novel crystal-facet-dependent catalysis of TiO2 on hydrogen storage of MgH2. Different facets dominant anatase TiO2 (named TFx, x = 0, 10, 30, 50, 70 and 80) are prepared via a hydrothermal synthesis approach and then doped into MgH2 via ball milling. Results show anatase TiO2 with high percentage {001} facets has much better catalytic effect than that with low percentage {001} facets. The MgH2-TF70 exhibits the best hydrogen sorption kinetics, showing apparent activation energy for dehydriding of only 76.1 ± 1.6 kJ mol−1. The present study constructs a new bridge between the catalytic effect of catalysts with different crystal facets and the hydrogen storage property of MgH2..
6. Parisa Edalati, Ricardo Floriano, Abbas Mohammadi, Yongtao Li, Guilherme Zepon, Hai Wen Li, Kaveh Edalati, Reversible room temperature hydrogen storage in high-entropy alloy TiZrCrMnFeNi, Scripta Materialia, 10.1016/j.scriptamat.2019.12.009, 178, 387-390, 2020.03, Despite potential of hydride-forming alloys for hydrogen storage, there have been few alloys which can reversibly store hydrogen without heating or activation treatment. In this study, a high-entropy alloy is designed for room temperature hydrogen storage based on three criteria: total valence electron concentration (VEC) of 6.4, single-phase thermodynamic stability (examined by CALPHAD calculations) and AB2H3 hydride formation (A: hydride-forming elements, B: elements without affinity to hydrogen, H: hydrogen). The designated alloy, TiZrCrMnFeNi containing 95 wt% C14 Laves phase, absorbs and desorbs 1.7 wt% of hydrogen (hydrogen-to-metal ratio: 1) at room temperature with a fast kinetics and without activation treatment..
7. Zhaohuai Li, Cheng Zhou, Junhui Hua, Xufeng Hong, Congli Sun, Hai Wen Li, Xu Xu, Liqiang Mai, Engineering Oxygen Vacancies in a Polysulfide-Blocking Layer with Enhanced Catalytic Ability, Advanced Materials, 10.1002/adma.201907444, 32, 10, 2020.01, The practical application of the lithium–sulfur (Li–S) battery is seriously restricted by its shuttle effect, low conductivity, and low sulfur loading. Herein, first-principles calculations are conducted to verify that the introduction of oxygen vacancies in TiO2 not only enhances polysulfide adsorption but also greatly improves the catalytic ability and both the ion and electron conductivities. A commercial polypropylene (PP) separator decorated with TiO2 nanosheets with oxygen vacancies (OVs-TiO2@PP) is fabricated as a strong polysulfide barrier for the Li–S battery. The thickness of the OVs-TiO2 modification layer is only 500 nm with a low areal mass of around 0.12 mg cm−2, which enhances the fast lithium-ion penetration and the high energy density of the whole cell. As a result, the cell with the OVs-TiO2@PP separator exhibits a stable electrochemical behavior at 2.0 C over 500 cycles, even under a high sulfur loading of 7.1 mg cm−2, and an areal capacity of 5.83 mAh cm−2 remains after 100 cycles. The proposed strategy of engineering oxygen vacancies is expected to have wide applications in Li–S batteries..
8. Kai Chao Pu, Xin Zhang, Xiao Lei Qu, Jian Jiang Hu, Hai Wen Li, Ming Xia Gao, Hong Ge Pan, Yong Feng Liu, Recently developed strategies to restrain dendrite growth of Li metal anodes for rechargeable batteries, Rare Metals, 10.1007/s12598-020-01432-2, 2020.01, Lithium metal has been regarded as one of the most promising anode materials for high-energy-density batteries due to its extremely high theoretical gravimetric capacity of 3860 mAh·g−1 along with its low electrochemical potential of − 3.04 V. Unfortunately, uncontrollable Li dendrite growth and repetitive destruction/formation of the solid electrolyte interphase layer lead to poor safety and low Coulombic efficiencies (CEs) for long-term utilization, which largely restricts the practical applications of lithium metal anode. In this review, we comprehensively summarized important progresses achieved to date in suppressing Li dendrite growth. Strategies for protection of Li metal anodes include designing porous structured hosts, fabricating artificial solid electrolyte interface (SEI) layers, introducing electrolyte additives, using solid-state electrolytes and applying external fields. The protection of Li metal anodes can be achieved by regulating the stripping and deposition behaviours of Li ions. Finally, the challenges remaining for lithium metal battery systems and future perspectives for Li metal anodes in practical applications are outlined, which are expected to shed light on future research in this field..
9. Marcelo Orpinelli de Marco, Yongtao Li, Hai Wen Li, Kaveh Edalati, Ricardo Floriano, Mechanical Synthesis and Hydrogen Storage Characterization of MgVCr and MgVTiCrFe High-Entropy Alloy, Advanced Engineering Materials, 10.1002/adem.201901079, 2019.11, Body-centered cubic (BCC) and high-entropy alloys are being investigated as potential hydrogen storage materials due to their ability to absorb high amounts of hydrogen at moderate temperatures. Herein, the synthesis and hydrogen storage behavior of new MgVCr BCC and MgTiVCrFe high-entropy alloys are studied. The alloys are initially synthesized by mechanical alloying via high-energy ball milling (HEBM) under hydrogen atmosphere followed by high-pressure torsion (HPT) processing to improve activation. X-ray diffraction (XRD) in combination with transmission electron microscopy (TEM) shows a very refined nanostructure in both samples with the presence of a BCC solid solution phase for MgVCr, whereas the crystalline and amorphous phases coexist in MgTiVCrFe. The MgVCr alloy exhibits fast kinetics but with a low reversible hydrogen storage capacity (up to 0.9 wt%), whereas MgTiVCrFe shows low affinity to absorb hydrogen. Moreover, MgTiVCrFe demonstrates a partial decomposition from the initial structure by hydrogen storage cycling, whereas MgVcr exhibits reasonable stability..
10. Zhijie Gao, Yuhong Geng, Zhen Lin, Yongxiang Wei, Yongchun Luo, Hai Wen Li, Synergistic effects of Gd and Co on the phase evolution mechanism and electrochemical performances of Ce2Ni7-type La-Mg-Ni-based alloys, Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/c9dt03944a, 49, 1, 156-163, 2019.11, The influences of Gd and Co co-substitution for La and Ni on phase structures, and electrochemical properties of La0.83-xGdxMg0.17Ni3.35-2xCo2xAl0.15 (x = 0-0.83) alloys were investigated. All the alloys contained A2B7-type (Ce2Ni7- and Gd2Co7-type) phase, Pr5Co19-type phase, PuNi3-type phase and CaCu5-type phase. The partial replacement of Gd and Co for La and Ni increased the phase abundance of the Ce2Ni7-type superstructure and decreased cell volumes, which contributed to a better hydrogen absorption capacity, cyclic stability and HRD. Compared to those of single Gd- or Co-substitutions, the synergistic effects of Gd and Co on the overall electrochemical properties of alloys were significant. Such a superior overall electrochemical performance may result from appropriate cell volumes and anti-pulverization abilities..
11. K. Hernandez Ruiz, Matteo Ciprian, Rong Tu, Francis Verpoort, Meijuan Li, Song Zhang, Jorge Roberto Vargas Garcia, Haiwen Li, Takashi Goto, Y. Fan, Wan Jiang, Lianmeng Zhang, MoS2 coating on CoSx-embedded nitrogen-doped-carbon-nanosheets grown on carbon cloth for energy conversion, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 10.1016/j.jallcom.2019.07.298, 806, 1276-1284, 2019.10, Designing low-cost and highly efficient electrocatalysts has become a critical aspect to achieve sustainable energy production. Herein, we report the preparation strategy of MoS2 on Co-oxide nanoparticles embedded nitrogen-doped carbon nanosheets (Co-NC) those derived by ZIF-L anchored on a carbon cloth as an electrode for hydrogen evolution reaction (HER). The hybrid electrode denoted as MoS2/Co-NC/CC was synthesized in sequence of the growth of the leaf-like zeolitic imidazolate framework (Co-ZIF-L) on a carbon cloth (CC), the carbonization of the Co-ZIF-L and deposition of MoS2 by metal organic chemical deposition (MOCVD). The hierarchical porous catalyst presented remarkable electrochemical activity towards the HER in acidic solution, exhibiting great stability and fast kinetics with a small Tafel slope of 51 mV dec−1. Moreover, to produce a current density of 10 mA cm−210), MoS2/Co-NC/CC required a low overpotential of 111 mV, which is comparable with Pt..
12. Yong Wu, Hongen Yu, Yanru Guo, Xiaojing Jiang, Yue Qi, Bingxue Sun, Haiwen Li, Jie Zheng, Xingguo Li, A rare earth hydride supported ruthenium catalyst for the hydrogenation of
N -heterocycles: Boosting the activity via a new hydrogen transfer path and controlling the stereoselectivity, Chemical Science, 10.1039/c9sc04365a, 10, 45, 10459-10465, 2019.10, Hydrogenation of N-heterocycles is of great significance for their wide range of applications such as building blocks in drug and agrochemical syntheses and liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHCs). Pursuing a better hydrogenation performance and stereoselectivity, we successfully developed a rare earth hydride supported ruthenium catalyst Ru/YH3; for the hydrogenation of N-heterocycles, especially N-ethylcarbazole (NEC), the most promising LOHC. Full hydrogenation of NEC on Ru/YH3 can be achieved at 363 K and 1 MPa hydrogen pressure, which is currently the lowest compared to previous reported catalysts. Furthermore, Ru/YH3 shows the highest turnover number, namely the highest catalytic activity among the existing catalysts for hydrogenation of NEC. Most importantly, Ru/YH3 shows remarkable stereoselectivity for all-cis products, which is very favorable for the subsequent dehydrogenation. The excellent performance of Ru/YH3 originates from the new hydrogen transfer path from H2 to NEC via YH3. Ru/LaH3 and Ru/GdH3 also reveal good activity for hydrogenation of NEC and Ru/YH3 also possesses good activity for hydrogenation of 2-methylindole, indicating that the use of rare earth hydride supported catalysts is a highly effective strategy for developing better hydrogenation catalysts for N-heterocycles..
13. Liang Fang, Jing Jing Feng, Xiaobin Shi, Tingzhi Si, Yun Song, Hong Jia, Yongtao Li, Hai Wen Li, Qingan Zhang, Turning bulk materials into 0D, 1D and 2D metallic nanomaterials by selective aqueous corrosion, Chemical Communications, 10.1039/c9cc04807c, 55, 70, 10476-10479, 2019.08, The realization of the facile and green synthesis of low-dimensional nanomaterials is critical not only for energy storage but also for catalysis. A selective aqueous corrosion strategy is presented here for obtaining low-dimensional metals, including nanoparticles, nanofibers and nanosheets, based on the dealloying of aqueous-favoring metal from its bulk alloy..
14. Grinderslev JB, Møller KT, Yan Y, Chen XM, Li Y, Hai-Wen Li, Zhou W, Skibsted J, Chen X, Jensen TR., Potassium octahydridotriborate: diverse polymorphism in a potential hydrogen storage material and potassium ion conductor, Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/c9dt00742c, 48, 8872-8881, 2019.06.
15. Rong Tu, Xian Zhang, Youfeng Lai, Mingxu Han, Song Zhang, Ji Shi, Hai-Wen Li, Takashi Goto, Lianmeng Zhang, Fabrication of an ultra-thick-oriented 3C-SiC coating on the inner surface of a graphite tube by high-frequency induction-heated halide chemical vapor deposition, International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 10.1111/ijac.13194, 16, 3, 1004-1011, 2019.05.
16. Zeyi Wang, Xuelian Zhang, Zhuanghe Ren, Yong Liu, Jianjiang Hu, Hai-Wen Li, Mingxia Gao, Hongge Pan, Yongfeng Liu, In situ formed ultrafine NbTi nanocrystals from a NbTiC solid-solution MXene for hydrogen storage in MgH2, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 10.1039/c9ta03665b, 7, 23, 14244-14252, 2019.05.
17. Ruyan Wu, Zhuanghe Ren, Xin Zhang, Yunhao Lu, Hai-Wen LI, Mingxia Gao, Hongge Pan, Yongfeng Liu, Nanosheet-like Lithium Borohydride Hydrate with 10 wt % Hydrogen Release at 70 °c as a Chemical Hydrogen Storage Candidate, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 10.1021/acs.jpclett.9b00416, 10, 8, 1872-1877, 2019.04.
18. Yuepeng Pang, Ying Xu, Yongtao Li, Fen Xu, Lixian Sun, Junhe Yang, Hai-Wen Li, Shiyou Zheng, Carbon/Sulfur Composites Stabilized with Nano-TiNi for High-Performance Li-S Battery Cathodes, ACS Applied Energy Materials, 10.1021/acsaem.8b02121, 2, 2, 1537-1543, 2019.02.
19. Bo Li, Liqing He, Jianding Li, Hai-Wen Li, Zhouguang Lu, Huaiyu Shao, Ti-V-C-based alloy with a FcC lattice structure for hydrogen storage, Molecules, 10.3390/molecules24030552, 24, 3, 552, 2019.02.
20. Kouki Kitabayashi, Kaveh Edalati, Hai-Wen Li, Etsuo Akiba, Zenji Horita, Phase Transformations in MgH2-TiH2Hydrogen Storage System by High-Pressure Torsion Process, Advanced Engineering Materials, 10.1002/adem.201900027, 1900027, 2019.01.
21. Kaveh Edalati, Kouki Kitabayashi, Yuji Ikeda, Junko Matsuda, Hai-Wen Li, Isao Tanaka, Etsuo Akiba, Zenji Horita, Bulk nanocrystalline gamma magnesium hydride with low dehydrogenation temperature stabilized by plastic straining via high-pressure torsion, Scripta Materialia, 10.1016/j.scriptamat.2018.07.043, 157, 54-57, 2018.12.
22. Hai-Wen Li, Min Zhu, Craig Buckley, Torben R. Jensen, Functional materials based on metal hydrides, Inorganics, 10.3390/inorganics6030091, 6, 3, 91, 2018.09.
23. Zhi Jie Gao, Bo Zhang, Yong Chun Luo, Hai-Wen Li, Correlation between phase structure and electrochemical properties of Ce2Ni7-type La-RE-Mg-Ni (RE = Nd, Sm, Y) alloys: A comparative study, Journal of the Taiwan Institute of Chemical Engineers, 10.1016/j.jtice.2018.05.013, 89, 183-190, 2018.08.
24. Liqing He, Huaijun Lin, Hai Feng Li, Yaroslav Filinchuk, Junjun Zhang, Ying Liu, Mingyang Yang, Yan Hou, Yonghong Deng, Hai-Wen Li, Huaiyu Shao, Liping Wang, Zhouguang Lu, Na3NH2B12H12 as high performance solid electrolyte for all-solid-state Na-ion batteries, Journal of Power Sources, 10.1016/j.jpowsour.2018.06.054, 396, 574-579, 2018.08.
25. Rong Tu, Yao Liang, Chitengfei Zhang, Jun Li, Song Zhang, Meijun Yang, Qizhong Li, Takashi Goto, Lianmeng Zhang, Ji Shi, Hai-Wen Li, Hitoshi Ohmori, Marina Kosinova, Bikramjit Basu, Fast synthesis of high-quality large-area graphene by laser CVD, Applied Surface Science, 10.1016/j.apsusc.2018.03.184, 445, 204-210, 2018.07.
26. Kaveh Edalati, Ryoko Uehiro, Yuji Ikeda, Hai-Wen Li, Hoda Emami, Yaroslav Filinchuk, Makoto Arita, Xavier Sauvage, Isao Tanaka, Etsuo Akiba, Zenji Horita, Design and synthesis of a magnesium alloy for room temperature hydrogen storage, Acta Materialia, 149, 88-96, 2018.05.
27. Karla Hernandez Ruiz, Jiajia Liu, Rong Tu, Meijuan Li, Song Zhang, Jorge Roberto Vargas Garcia, Shichun Mu, Hai-Wen Li, Takashi Goto, Lianmeng Zhang, Effect of microstructure on HER catalytic properties of MoS2 vertically standing nanosheets, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 10.1016/j.jallcom.2018.02.347, 747, 100-108, 2018.05.
28. Liqing He, Yanda Fu, Dong Wu, Dehui Zhang, Hua Cheng, Huaijun Lin, Xiangnan Li, Wei Xiong, Qing Zhu, Yonghong Deng, Huaiyu Shao, Hai-Wen Li, Xingzhong Zhao, Zhouguang Lu, A facile solvent-free method for NaBH4 and Na2B12H12 synthesis, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 474, 16-21, 2018.04.
29. Song Zhang, Jiajia Liu, Karla Hernandez Ruiz, Rong Tu, Meijun Yang, Qizhong Li, Ji Shi, Hai-Wen Li, Lianmeng Zhang, Takashi Goto, Morphological evolution of vertically standing molybdenum disulfide nanosheets by chemical vapor deposition, Materials, 10.3390/ma11040631, 11, 4, 631, 2018.04.
30. Kaveh Edalati, Marc Novelli, Shota Itano, Hai-Wen Li, Etsuo Akiba, Zenji Horita, Thierry Grosdidier, Effect of gradient-structure versus uniform nanostructure on hydrogen storage of Ti-V-Cr alloys
Investigation using ultrasonic SMAT and HPT processes, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 737, 337-346, 2018.03.
31. Qingyun Sun, Peipei Zhu, Qingfang Xu, Rong Tu, Song Zhang, Ji Shi, Hai-Wen Li, Lianmeng Zhang, Takashi Goto, Jiasheng Yan, Shusen Li, High-speed heteroepitaxial growth of 3C-SiC (111) thick films on Si (110) by laser chemical vapor deposition, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 10.1111/jace.15260, 101, 3, 1048-1057, 2018.03.
32. Liuzhang Ouyang, Hao Zhong, Hai Wen Li, Min Zhu, A recycling hydrogen supply system of NaBH4 based on a facile regeneration process
A review, Inorganics, 10.3390/inorganics6010010, 6, 1, 2018.03, NaBH4 hydrolysis can generate pure hydrogen on demand at room temperature, but suffers from the difficult regeneration for practical application. In this work, we overview the state-of-the-art progress on the regeneration of NaBH4 from anhydrous or hydrated NaBO2 that is a byproduct of NaBH4 hydrolysis. The anhydrous NaBO2 can be regenerated effectively by MgH2, whereas the production of MgH2 from Mg requires high temperature to overcome the sluggish hydrogenation kinetics. Compared to that of anhydrous NaBO2, using the direct hydrolysis byproduct of hydrated NaBO2 as the starting material for regeneration exhibits significant advantages, i.e., omission of the high-temperature drying process to produce anhydrous NaBO2 and the water included can react with chemicals like Mg or Mg2Si to provide hydrogen. It is worth emphasizing that NaBH4 could be regenerated by an energy efficient method and a large-scale regeneration system may become possible in the near future..
33. Huai Jun Lin, Hai-Wen Li, Hiroki Murakami, Etsuo Akiba, Remarkably improved hydrogen storage properties of LiNH2-LiH composite via the addition of CeF4, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 735, 1017-1022, 2018.02.
34. Jianding Li, Jincheng Xu, Bo Li, Liqing He, Huaijun Lin, Hai-Wen Li, Huaiyu Shao, Advanced SEM and TEM Techniques Applied in Mg-Based Hydrogen Storage Research, Scanning, 10.1155/2018/6057496, 2018, Article ID 6057496, 2018.01.
35. Zhijie Gao, Zhongnian Yang, Yongtao Li, Anqiang Deng, Yongchun Luo, Hai-Wen Li, Improving the phase stability and cycling performance of Ce2Ni7-type RE-Mg-Ni alloy electrodes by high electronegativity element substitution, Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/c8dt03644f, 47, 46, 16453-16460, 2018.01.
36. Pengfei Wei, Wen Huang, Xiaoli Ding, Yongtao Li, Zheng Liu, Tingzhi Si, Kunyan Wang, Qinsheng Wang, Hai-Wen Li, Qingan Zhang, Intrinsic alterations in the hydrogen desorption of Mg2NiH4 by solid dissolution of titanium, Dalton Transactions, 10.1039/c8dt01591k, 47, 25, 8418-8426, 2018.01.
37. Keisuke Fujiwara, Ryoko Uehiro, Kaveh Edalati, Hai-Wen Li, Ricardo Floriano, Etsuo Akiba, Zenji Horita, New MgVCr BCC alloys synthesized by high-pressure torsion and ball milling, Materials Transactions, 10.2320/matertrans.M2018001, 59, 5, 741-746, 2018.01.
38. Huaiyu Shao, Hai-Wen Li, Ya Jun Cheng, Huaijun Lin, Liqing He, Next-generation energy storage materials explored by advanced scanning techniques, Scanning, 10.1155/2018/3280283, 2018, Article number 3280283, 2018.01.
Presentations
1. Z. Ma, Y. Zhu, H.-W. Li, Crystal-facet-dependent catalysis of anatase TiO2 on hydrogen storage of MgH2, 日本金属学会2020年春期(第166回)大会, 2020.03.
2. H.-W. Li, Solid-State Inorganic Hydrides for Multiple Energy Applications, International Workshop on Multifunctional Energy/Nano Materials, 2020.02.
3. H.-W. Li, K. Edalati, R. Uehiro, Y. Ikeda, H. Emami, Y. Filinchuk, M. Arita1, X. Sauvage, I. Tanaka, E. Akiba, Z. Horita, Design of Mg-based alloys for room temperature hydrogen storage, E-MRS 2019 Fall Meeting, 2019.09.
4. H.-W. Li, Nanoengineering Promoted Hydrogen Storage and Battery Performances of Solid-State Hydrides, 2019 IEEE International Conference on Manipulation, Manufacturing and Measurement on the Nanoscale (3M-NANO 2019), 2019.08.
5. H.-W. Li, Reversible Hydrogen Storage in Metal Borohydrides, 2019 World Fuel Cell Conference, 2019.08.
6. H.-W. Li, K. Edalati, R. Uehiro, Y. Ikeda, H. Emami, Y. Filinchuk, M. Arita1, X. Sauvage, I. Tanaka, E. Akiba, Z. Horita, Thermodynamic destabilization of Mg-based alloys for room temperature hydrogen storage, Gordon Research Conference on Hydrogen-Metal Systems, 2019.07.
7. H.-W. Li, Solid-State Hydrides for Hydrogen Storage and Rechargeable Battery, Asia Pacific Society for Materials Research 2019 Annual Meeting, 2019.07.
8. Hai-wen Li, Liqing He, Etsuo Akiba, Lightweight Hydrides for High Density Hydrogen Storage
, World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC2019), 2019.06.
9. E. Akiba, R. Hayashi, Hai-wen Li, M. Arita, Z. Horita, K. Edalati, Ti-based Hydrogen Absorbing Alloys, World Hydrogen Technologies Convention (WHTC2019), 2019.06.
10. Hai-wen Li, Hydrogen Energy Strategy and Perspectives, International Forum on Innovation and Development of Future Smart City, 2019.05.
11. Hai-wen Li, Solvent-free Facile Synthesis of Metal Boron Hydrides for Superionic Conductivity
, Study of matter at extreme conditions (SMEC2019), 2019.03.
12. E. Akiba, R. Hayashi, Hai-wen Li, M. Arita, Z. Horita, K. Edalati, Ti-based hydrogen absorbing alloys: Hydrogen storage performances and their properties, 13th Int. Symposium Hydrogen & Energy, 2019.01.
13. Hai-wen Li, Facile Synthesis of Metal Boron Hydrides Using Decaborane
, 16th International Symposium on Metal-Hydrogen Systems (MH2018), 2018.10.
14. Hai-wen Li, Hydrogen Energy and Hydrides, International Forum on Advanced Materials, 2018.09.
15. Hai-wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, S.-J. Hwang, Y. Filinchuk, H. Hagemann, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba , Metal Boron Hydrides for Multiple Energy Applications, The 5th International Conference on Nanomechanics and Nanocomposites (ICNN5), 2018.08.
16. Hai-wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, Y. Filinchuk, H. Hagemann, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba, Metal born hydrides for high density hydrogen storage and fast ionic conductivity, THERMEC2018, 2018.07.
17. Hai-wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, E. Akiba, S.-J. Hwang, Y. Filinchuk, H. Hagemann, T. R. Jensen, C. E. Buckley, Solid-state Hydrides for Multiple Energy Storage Applications
, 4th China Energy Storage Engineering Conference – China-Japan Battery Seminar, 2018.07.
18. Hai-wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, S. Hwang, Y. Filinchuk, H. Hagemann, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba, Facile Synthesis of Metal Boron Hydrides for Fast Ionic Conductivity, 22nd World Hydrogen Energy Conference (WHEC2018), 2018.06.
19. 李 海文, Hydrides as Energy Storage Materials, Sichuan University, 2017.11.
20. 李 海文, Perspectives and Challenges of Hydrides for Multiple Energy Applications, Southern University of Science and Technology, 2017.10.
21. 李 海文, Development of Hydrides for Energy Storage Applications, Jinan University, 2017.10.
22. Hai-Wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, Y. Filinchuk, H. Hagemann, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba, Perspectives and Challenges of Hydrides for Energy Storage, 2017 China (Ganzhou) International New Vehicle Power Battery Summit Forum and the 9th China Energy and Power Battery and its Key Materials Academic Seminar and Technical Exhange, 2017.10.
23. E. Akiba, Hai-Wen Li, R. Hayashi, T. Taruya, K. Tsukihara, H. Ogiwara, Surface and Activation of TiFe based Hydrogen Absorbing Alloys, E-MRS 2017, 2017.09.
24. Hai-Wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, Y. Filinchuk, H. Hagemann, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba, Perspectives and Challenges of Metal Boron Hydrides for Energy Applications, E-MRS 2017, 2017.09.
25. Hai-Wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, Y. Filinchuk, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba, Development of Metal Boron Hydrides for Multiple Energy Applications, Chinese Materials Conference 2017 (CMC2017), 2017.07.
26. Hai-Wen Li, L. He, H. Nakajima, Y. Filinchuk, T. R. Jensen, E. Akiba, Metal Boron Hydrides for Energy-related Applications, International Conference on Boron Chemistry 2017 (ICBC-2017), 2017.07.
27. 李 海文, Perspectives and Challenges of Metal Boranes for Energy Applications, Inorganic Chemistry Forum of Peking University, 2017.04.
Membership in Academic Society
  • The Japan Institute of Metals
  • Hydrogen Energy Systems Society of Japan
  • Materials Research Society