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UW engineers clear bottleneck in hydrogen production

Left to right: Professor James Dumesic, graduate students Steven T. Evans, Tobias Voitl, Gabriel R. Rodriguez-Rivera, and post-doctoral researcher Won Bae Kim. Source: UW-Madison.
MADISON - Carbon monoxide, or CO, has long been a major technical barrier to the efficient operation of fuel cells. But now, chemical and biological engineers at the University of ......

Full article >>> ential of eliminating those steps. Instead, you can send the CO through our process, which works efficiently at room temperature, and takes the CO out of the gas to make energy."

The research team says the process is especially promising for producing electrical energy from renewable biomass-derived oxygenated hydrocarbons - such as ethylene glycol derived from corn - because these fuels ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jim Beal 08/30/04


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