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Submission + - Microreactor Produces Hydrogen from Everyday Fuels (gizmag.com)

Zothecula writes: With up to 80 percent of the weight of a soldier's gear attributable to batteries, the U.S. Army is obviously interested in replacement technologies that deliver a reliable, reusable power source. Chemical Engineering students at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey believe their invention of a microreactor that can convert everyday fossil fuels such as butane and propane into pure hydrogen for fuel cell batteries might be the answer.
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Microreactor Produces Hydrogen from Everyday Fuels

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