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May 18th, 2004
Samsung Institute's New Fuel Cell Can Output 20W
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT) has developed a fuel cell that can run a notebook PC for 10 hours continuously, and disclosed part of the technological specifications at the symposium, "Small Fuel Cells 2004" held in Virginia from May 5-7, 2004. It did not reveal any further details, but seems to have employed carbon nano-tubes with an aspect ratio of about 10.
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