Monday, March 13, 2006

Crystal Method

UCLA and the University of Michigan have announced a new "crystal sponge" material that can store nearly three times more hydrogen than any substance known previously. According to its creators, this is the first material to achieve the kind of storage capacities required to make hydrogen fuel practical. The payoff could be hydrogen fuel that powers not only cars, but electronic devices as well. - News - New "Crystal Sponge" Triples Hydrogen Storage - US National Science Foundation (NSF)

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