June 29th 2009 02:16 pm
This is what you might call a surprising use of chickenfeather:
It’s the most energy-rich material we have,” says Roger Ely, an Oregon State University professor who specializes in hydrogen, “It’s three times the energy content of gasoline on a pound-for-pound basis.
The storage of hydrogen has been a problem. The positive message seems to be in the word ‘has’. It would be great news if this turns out to be practical and true!
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