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April 17th, 2003

Nanostructured graphite stores up hydrogen

Abstract:
Scientists from Sony Corporation in Japan have used nanostructured graphite to absorb hydrogen. The material adsorbed 0.20-0.25% hydrogen by weight. "The nanostructured graphite we produced shows repeatable hydrogen storage capacity at room temperature."

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