DOE scientists turn to nanoscale storage for hydrogen fuel cells

01/30/2012 | CNET

The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory received a three-year, $2.1 million grant from the Department of Energy to synthesize novel materials with high hydrogen adsorption capacities. The goal is to find out how to store hydrogen in a safe, cost-effective manner to build a high-powered hydrogen fuel cell. Berkeley researchers plan to use a metal-organic framework with a large surface area per volume to deliver more dense hydrogen storage.

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