Carbon nanofoam as a potential hydrogen storage material
Hydrogen based fuel cells are considered to be an important future alternative to fossile based energy sources such as oil, natural gas and coal. For many applications such a hydrogen driven cars, the limiting factor is the weight of the hydrogen fuel storage device which seems to be excessive for hydrogen stored in metals. This is the reason for the search for ultralight hydrogen storage materials such as carbon nanotubes or graphite layers. Here we report on the investigation of the basic...[Show more]
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