Energy - 2009

Metal Foams Used to Generate Hydrogen
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University of Quebec at Montreal researchers have used a new design of metal foam electrodes to produce hydrogen from water more efficiently. Metal foams are up to 90% air, and typically are lighter than water. They can be made of many different metals, and can be either closed cell (waterproof) or open cell, like a sponge. Metal foam materials are fairly new, with potential uses that are still being discovered.
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hydrogen, advanced, materials

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