Hybrid Cars Could Be More Reliable And Cheaper With New Fuel Cell Technology

Saturday, August 2, 2008 - 23:21 in Physics & Chemistry

Scientists have revolutionized the design of fuel cells used in the latest generation of hybrid cars which could make the vehicles more reliable and cheaper to build. The breakthrough, published in the journal Science, revolves around the design of a fuel cell in which a specially-coated form of popular hi tech outdoor and sporting clothing material Goretex® is the key component.

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