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March 26th, 2007
GSI Creos to focus on carbon nanotube development for fuel cell applications
GSI Creos is aiming to throw its weight behind the development of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) for fuel cell applications, it has been revealed.
The Tokyo-based textile, chemicals and nanotechnologies firm plans to concentrate its efforts on the employment of its cup-stacked CNTs (CSCNTs) in the membrane electrode assembles of polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs), according to Japan Chemical Week.
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