Magnesium hydride could be considered as a good candidate for the hydrolysis reaction because it can be produced at a relatively low cost. However, this reaction is incomplete and very slow because of the formation of a magnesium hydroxide layer on the surface of MgH 2 particles. In order to overcome this problem, various treatments such as ball milling with or w/o additives, addition of acids,...
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