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Carbon Buckytubes and Graphene Tanks

  Carbon Buckytubes and Graphene Tanks
Carbon Buckytubes and Graphene Tanks

One of the biggest challenges to the development of hydrogen as viable alternative to fossil fuels is the problem of storage. Current tanks can store about 2 per cent H2 by mass, whilst the US Department of Energy estimates that to be effective a tank should store 6 per cent.
A team from the University of Crete has constructed a tank from Carbon Buckytubes connecting layers of graphene to form a huge matrix, which can theoretically store 6.1 per cent H2. A huge leap.


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