Discovery Propels Hydrogen Fuel Research

San Diego, California [The Guardian] The reality of creating a viable and cost-effective hydrogen fuel cell is one step closer after a recent discovery by UC Berkeley and Argonne National Laboratory. Scientists from the UC-managed Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and ANL have collaborated to find a version of a platinum-nickel catalyst that is far more active than the common catalysts used to date.
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