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Home > News > Nanomix Receives Additional Patent in Hydrogen Energy Storage

June 12th, 2006

Nanomix Receives Additional Patent in Hydrogen Energy Storage

Abstract:
US Patent No. 7,036,324 is the sixth patent issued in a group of patents comprising the Nanomix hydrogen storage portfolio. The patent describes the storage of hydrogen using novel nanostructured materials that permit non-chemically-bound low-pressure storage of hydrogen.

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