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Caption: From left, Arvind Varma, Purdue University's R. Games Slayter Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering, postdoctoral researcher Hyun Tae Hwang and doctoral student Ahmad Al-Kukhun review data from a new process for storing and generating hydrogen to run fuel cells in cars and portable consumer electronics. The process, called hydrothermolysis, uses a powdered material called ammonia borane, which contains one of the highest hydrogen contents of all solid materials.
Credit: Purdue University photo/Andrew Hancock
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