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April 6th, 2004

Samsung presents new 10 hour Fuel Cell Notebook

Abstract:
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology together with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. have recently announced the successful generation of electric energy of 100Wh note PC by 100cc methanol solution, enabling the continuous usage of notebook PCs for more than 10 hours without recharging. Applying nano materials technology, SAIT has succeeded in reducing the amount of catalyst by 50% by developing the Mesoporous carbon material, which supports highly efficient nano catalyst particle with 3 nanometers in dimension.

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Fuel Cell Today

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