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DOE’s SRNL Cracks Aluminum Hydride Alane Code

I’ve talked in the past many times about using aluminum hydrides, magnesium hydrides or other hydrogen chemical storage methods such as sodium borohydride. Now, the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE) and their Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) have cracked the code on reusable aluminum hydrides, which they refer to …

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Fuel Cell Helicopter, Mini-Chopper Unveiled

Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Reliability and Microintegration IZM in Berlin, Germany have developed an unmanned mini-helicopter powered by fuel cell. Stumbling blocks in the past to developing mini-choppers has been the weight of the fuel cell stacks. In collaboration with the Technical University of Berlin, the researchers moved …

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Funeral for Millennium Cell

Hydrogen fuel cell maker Millennium Cell has gone down in flames this month, which has been largely unnoticed by the industry or media. But, I think it’s important to acknowledge industry leaders and pioneers even when they do fall a little short. As of May 9, 2008 all employees of …

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Hydrogen Generator for On-Demand Use

There are many uses for a hydrogen generator, from backyard experiments to electrical backup power to automotive applications to high purity uses for the industrial and laboratory sectors and for large power plants. The word “hydrogen generator” can be taken in two different ways. First, it can mean a system …

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Ford and UCLA Develop Hydrides for Hydrogen Fueling

I’ve talked many times in the past about chemical storage of hydrogen. On December 5 I had talked about a group of ESRF researchers developing lithium borohydride as a storage solution for hydrogen autos using hydrogen-on-demand technology. Now, Ford and UCLA have teamed up to develop lithium borohydride (LiBH4), magnesium …

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Alternative Methods for Producing Hydrogen

As I search across the Internet and especially the blogosphere, I see many critics of the hydrogen economy stating that hydrogen is generally produced by simple electrolysis of water and this method takes too much energy for hydrogen to be competitive in the marketplace. Most of the time, this is …

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Drano-Powered Cars May Be the Future

Chemists have known for a long time that hydrogen can be created by combining a drain cleaner such as Drano with aluminum and water. This is where I insert the “don’t try this at home” disclaimer. There are many videos floating around the Internet such as on YouTube or Google …

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