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The first mechanically activated catalyst might be used in self-healing materials.
The material could replace platinum in hydrogen vehicles.
Micrometers-wide tubes that grow spontaneously could be used to make tiny chemical devices.
Carbon nanotubes could replace expensive platinum catalysts and help finally make fuel cells economical.
A new catalyst could make ethanol fuel cells practical for portable gadgets.
A new fuel cell uses a cheap nickel catalyst.
A simple catalytic process converts plant sugars into gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel.
Researchers have found a cheap and easy way to store the energy made by solar power.
Nanoparticles with a completely new shape may lead to cheaper catalysts that could make many experimental-energy technologies more practical.
A solar-powered reaction turns a greenhouse gas into a valuable raw material.