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December 2nd, 2005
A team of scientists at the University of Oklahoma believes a pile of microscopic carbon fibers could be one of the keys to helping fuel cells take hold.
OU chemical engineering professor Daniel E. Resasco's work with so-called "single-walled nanotubes" is expected to increase fuel cell efficiency and lower development costs by coating a unit's metal components with microscopic carbon filaments.
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