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Nanoparticle Hydrogen Storage
 

Dutch chemists demonstrated that hydrogen can be efficiently stored in 30-nanometer particles of the metal hydride sodium alanate. Storing hydrogen in metal hydrides has been pursued for years but has yet to produce a marketable system. Reducing the particle size appears to speed the absorption and release of the gas, bringing this technology closer to viability.

For more information on the research being done by chemists visit Science Daily's coverage of the technology.

 

 
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