New research funded by the prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Award looks at how to safely and efficiently store hydrogen - one of the key problems preventing hydrogen from being used as an alternative fuel. Award recipient Timo Thonhauser of Wake Forest University explores whether magnesium borohydride, ammonia borane, and alkanes could be used to create a safe and efficient hydrogen storage solution.
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