Researchers develop method to create hydrogen from methanol

02/27/2013 | Nature (free content)

German researchers have discovered a catalyst that can create hydrogen from methanol, which can be stored and transported easily. The process, developed at the University of Rostock in Germany, is still in early stages, but scientists hope it can be developed to one day power fuel cells for computers, mobile phones and perhaps cars.

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