Article - 8 Apr 2005
A US research team has found a new, quick way of releasing hydrogen from the solid compound of a fuel cell, by using the ammonia borane compound. The process involved transforming the compound into a...
News - 5 Aug 2009
To use hydrogen as a clean energy source, some engineers want to pack hydrogen into a larger molecule, rather than compressing the gas into a tank. A gas flows easily out of a tank, but getting...
News - 1 Sep 2009
A new method for "recycling" hydrogen-containing fuel materials could open the door to economically viable hydrogen-based vehicles. In an article appearing today in Angewandte Chemie, Los...
News - 11 May 2009
A hydrogen-rich compound discovered by Stanford
researchers is packed with promise of helping overcome one of the biggest hurdles
to using hydrogen for fuel--namely, how do you stuff enough...
News - 24 Jun 2008
Chemists in the US have developed a simple reaction to make ammonia borane - a powder more hydrogen-dense than even liquid hydrogen. Their one-pot synthesis of this promising hydrogen storage material...
Article - 15 Mar 2022
This article discusses doping, one of the most practical methods for tailoring graphene's properties for next-generation applications.
News - 4 Apr 2016
The world is run by catalysts. They clean up after cars, help make fertilizers, and could be the key to better hydrogen fuel. Now, a team of chemists, led by Xiaohu Xia from Michigan Technological...
News - 16 May 2007
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced $11.2 million in awards for research aimed at overcoming the scientific challenges associated with the production, storage and use of hydrogen....
News - 5 Mar 2020
Researchers are slowly identifying innovative ways to extend Moore’s Law. One new way shows a path toward built-in circuits that have two-dimensional (2D) transistors.
Atoms of boron and...
News - 8 Oct 2010
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Advances in New Catalytic Materials" report to their offering.
Series: Advanced Materials Research Vol. 132
Selected, peer reviewed...