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posted in August 2001
Detectable hydrogen crucial to development of fuel-cell powered mobile devices
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8/28/2001   Post a comment
Researchers at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania, have developed a silicon chip which can produce detectable traces of hydrogen. The work could be crucial to the development of fuel-cell powered mobile devices.
Solid-state polymer ups battery performance
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8/3/2001   Post a comment
Professor Peter Bruce of St Andrews University has developed a solid-state polymer that could overcome obstacles to improving the performance of lithium ion batteries.


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