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April 12th, 2005
Scientists seeking ways of producing hydrogen to power fuel cell vehicles have used fossil fuels, nuclear power, and now a more efficient, environmentally friendly technique using nanotechnology.
"The nanostructured surfaces we're examining are model catalysts," said Ted Madey, professor of surface science in the Physics Department at Rutgers. "They also have the potential to catalyze chemical reactions for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries."
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