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January 13th, 2005

Nanomix Receives Additional U.S. Patent in Alternative Energy Storage

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Nanomix Inc. today announced that it was issued an additional U.S. patent. The new patent is related to hydrogen storage technology and follows two earlier patents issued to Nanomix in this field. The new technology largely avoids the current limitations of liquid hydrogen storage. Using novel nano-materials, Nanomix technology advances hydrogen storage systems to meet the performance needs of automotive and portable electronic applications.

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