"Revolutionary" Process Points to Sugar-fueled Cars

April 10, 2008
Chemists describe the development of a new process for converting plant sugars into hydrogen, which could be used to cheaply and efficiently power vehicles equipped with hydrogen fuel cells without the dangers of any pollutants.

Chemists describe the development of a new process for converting plant sugars into hydrogen, which could be used to cheaply and efficiently power vehicles equipped with hydrogen fuel cells without the dangers of any pollutants.

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