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July 8th, 2003
Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Breakthrough
NanoDynamics, Inc. announced today a breakthrough in the development of intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells. A newly developed processing technique will allow a sintered solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) to produce electrical power at temperatures significantly below the operating temperatures normally associated with conventional solid oxide fuel cell systems.
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