Scientists Identify Alloy Promising for Fuel Cell Use

[The Daily Californian] Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory scientists have moved the dream of hydrogen fuel cells for vehicles one step closer to reality with the identification of a platinum-nickel alloy found to be the most efficient in processing the oxygen needed for fuel cells.
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