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March 26th, 2003
Pacific Fuel Cell Grows Carbon Nanotubes for Micro Fuel Cell Use
Pacific Fuel Cell announced that it has developed a unique chemical vapor deposition process to grow carbon nanotubes on carbon cloth and carbon paper using an electro-deposited CVD catalyst. The discovery was accomplished by a research team headed by University of California, Riverside Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, Yushan Yan, under PFCE's research contract with the University.
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