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How to Move Protons, Improve Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology

April 25, 2010

nanochannel pathways In a breakthrough that should help to solve one of the biggest problems holding back development of affordable fuel cells, a team of University of Massachusetts-Amherst scientists has discovered a way to improve proton conductivity under very low humidity conditions, where few materials perform well at present. Full Story

University of Massachusetts Amherst

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