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Submission + - Radio Controlled Car Runs on Soda Can Rings (engadget.com)

polyp2000 writes: A pair of Spanish engineers have recently unveiled the dAlH2Orean (see what they did there?), a R/C car that runs on aluminum. Dropping a few soda can tabs into a tank of sodium hydroxide produces enough hydrogen to power the little speedster for 40 minutes – at almost 20mph.
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Radio Controlled Car Runs on Soda Can Rings

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