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a nonmetallic univalent element that is normally a colorless and odorless highly flammable diatomic gas

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GM, Sandia and HRL scientists are developing a method to store hydrogen in a fuel tank by using compounds known as complex metal hydrides that can absorb and release hydrogen.
Chemically bound hydrogen is found everywhere on Earth: in water, fossil fuels and all living things.
Solidifying metal must reject the hydrogen or resultant castings will suffer from porosity.
Do you think the hydrogen economy is becoming even more inevitable?
DCH has manufactured hydrogen sensors for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Boeing, General Motors, and Duracell, said Daniel Dunn, product manager for DCH.
In the process, the data proved that while Sr does increase the severity of porosity, it adds no significant amount of hydrogen to the metal, and must therefore affect it in other ways.
Factors which could cause or contribute to such differences include, but are not limited to: factors detailed in Hydrogen Power, Inc.
But the main source of hydrogen today is natural gas, a nonrenewable resource.
Not only does the Hy-Wire use space-age drive-by-wire steering electronics, but it also incorporates a high-pressure 5,000-pound per-square-inch (psi) hydrogen tank that allows it to travel 300 miles on a fill-up of gaseous hydrogen.
Chemists have been studying hydrogen, a flammable, colorless, odorless, gaseous chemical element, considered the lightest known substance, for centuries and the government has been using it for decades.
The precipitation of hydrogen bubbles and the presence of oxides within the solidifying pool reduce the stresses at which shrinkage voids are initiated.
Hladis, age 50, brings more than 27 years of chemical engineering and manufacturing experience to HydroGen.
Future vehicles and electric generators powered by fuel cells could eventually run on hydrogen derived from corn.
The present report is an essential resource for a one looking for detailed information on the world hydrogen cyanide market.
Worldwide development of hydrogen as the transport fuel of the future is growing exponentially, with Europe a dynamic center of hydrogen activity.