Brown University Picks Cobalt, Graphene to Replace Platinum in Fuel Cells

Posted by on Dec 7th, 2012 and filed under Featured, Hydrogen. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.


 Yesterday I was talking about how a venture capitalist was betting on iron and cobalt to replace platinum in fuel cells. Well, today, there is a new wager on the table.

Scientists are Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island are laying their cards on the table, saying cobalt and graphene are a better choice to replace platinum as the primary fuel cell catalyst.

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By: Kevin

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