Researchers develop low-cost, nickel-based catalyst
from Science World Report
Transportation in most nations consumes massive amounts of fuel annually. In the U.S. land, water and air transportation accounts for over 20 percent of the country's energy's consumption. Fuel cells and rechargeable batteries are two of the most effective alternatives for cars. In the latest study, scientists at the University of Delaware have created a new low-cost, nickel-based catalyst, which is a breakthrough for fuel cells.
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