Weird fuzzy compound could be next big fuel cell catalyst
from Clean Technica
A team of researchers from Rutgers University is on track to develop nanoscale sheets of tungsten sulfide as a low cost replacement for platinum catalysts in fuel cells, and that could help push the electric vehicle market out of reliance on expensive lithium-ion batteries and into a more affordable format. The research is still in its early stages and meanwhile the nation's EV battery charging network has been skyrocketing.
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