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[Editors' Choice] Sourcing hydrogen directly from wax

Chemistry Hydrogen is an appealing fuel because of the energy released in its reaction with oxygen and the nearly ideal safety profile of the sole product, water. The challenge lies in transporting and storing the hydrogen before its use. Gonzalez-Cortes et al. now show that simple paraffin wax can

Authors:   Jake Yeston
Journal:   Science
Volume:   354
edition:   6312
Year:   2016
Pages:   594
DOI:   10.1126/science.354.6312.594-e
Publication date:   04-Nov-2016
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