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Step towards creating hydrogen fuel

Researchers at the University of Oregon have developed a liquid material that stores hydrogen at room temperature and is air and moisture stable. Researchers say the material is a step towards creating an effective carrier for hydrogen fuel.

Other efforts have focused on solid carrier, and researchers say a liquid based carrier would ease a transition from gasoline/petrol to hydrogen fuel infrastructure.

Researchers say challenges remain in increasing hydrogen yield and a more energy efficient regeneration mechanism.

Read more at University of Oregon

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