Research shows potential for hydrogen "nano-storage"
The scientists are looking for an non-reactive absorbant able to store 6 kg of hydrogen able to allow 3 minutes to fill up, oriented specifically for automotive use. Research has shown that those "nano-horns" are able to hook the H2 molecules as no other material has been able until now. The neutron spectroscopy showed that the molecules were stable even at low temperatures (as low as 80 ºK, -193.15º or -316 ºF).
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