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A chemical cage holds promise for a better hydrogen

May 29, 2023

A new type of material could speed the transition to hydrogen-powered trams and other vehicles. Credit: Alamy

A material that can whiz protons from one place to another, generating electricity, and can also split water to make hydrogen could prove useful for a hydrogen economy1.

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