Scientists discover white graphene architecture with hydrogen storage potential

Nicholas Fearn
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Scientists discover white graphene architecture with hydrogen storage potential

Boron nitride-based structure could be used for safe hydrogen storage to fuel vehicles

Scientists at Rice University in Texas have discovered a new type of white graphene architecture that contains an "unprecedented" capability for storing hydrogen.  The researchers claim to have ...

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