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May 9th, 2005

Big hopes for tiny, new hydrogen storage material

Abstract:
Researchers investigating the compound ammonia borane at DOE's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have found that it releases hydrogen quickly when incorporated into a nanostructured support. Their discovery furthers hope for developing an onboard hydrogen storage system that meets the requirements for fuel cell-powered automobiles.

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