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November 16th, 2005

Reports From The 2005 Fuel Cell Seminar

Abstract:
David Jollie: The reason for my presence though was to listen to Jeff Bahr of Carbon Nanotechnologies talking on carbon nanotube-based catalysts for PEMFC (which to admit an interest is an effort involving Carbon Nanotechnologies, Motorola and Johnson Matthey, Fuel Cell Today’s parent company). The aim of the project is to try and produce carbon nanotubes which can be used as catalyst support, with Motorola testing the MEAs produced using this technology and potentially being an end user.

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