Future fuel cells may "digest" hydrogen
Armstrong says that hydrogenases are actually more effective than platinum at converting hydrogen into electrons, but the process is not fully understood yet. So far his lab has been able to create a working fuel cell capable of powering a wrist watch.
Not only is platinum a scarce and expensive precious metal, but it's uncertain whether or not there's even a large enough platinum supply if fuel cells become popular.
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