Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Milled Coal Could Be Solution to Hydrogen Storage and Transportation

Kim Krieger reported today on a study by Leuking of Penn State published June 21 in Journal of the American Chemical Societys.  Leuking has found that milling coal with cyclohexene produces hydrogen, stores it in a non-explosive form, is relatively cheap, would be easy to transport, and may be reusable. ScienceNOW Daily News

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