Li2NH (antifluorite) & LiNH2 (defect antifluorite)

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Both Li2NH and LiNH2have the ability to store hydrogen within their structures. This storage ability is dependant upon ion mobility, the Li+ ions are able to migrate throughout the structure, involving transitory defect sites. Uptake of H2 can occur by protonation of NH2.


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