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

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Hydrogen consultant Jon Bjorn Skulason of Icelandic New Energy (INE) described the advantage of testing in Iceland, "In the whole energy chain of Iceland there are absolutely no emissions of greenhouse gases because all of our electricity production is renewable," he says.
A few nonmetals can break up hydrogen gas, but only metals can also reassemble two hydrogen atoms into the gas, a reaction relevant to hydrogen-fuel production and storage.
While mass-marketed hydrogen fuel cell cars are perhaps a decade away, local governments are already investing in hydrogen infrastructure.
Metalcasting melting practices typically include degassing with an inert purge gas to remove hydrogen before pouring.
While it's true that hydrogen promises to reduce America's ravenous appetite for imported petroleum, numerous obstacles remain.
When fed into a device known as a fuel cell, hydrogen reacts with airborne oxygen to produce electricity.
Despite the element's promise as a fuel, a dearth of economical and Earth-friendly ways to produce pure hydrogen is slowing adoption of hydrogen-powered technologies.
Delphi's hydrogen enrichment system is straightforward.
As part of the hydrogen power and renewable energy initiative we will strive to provide electricity to every village in Vanuatu," the government announced in its October 5, 2000, issue of Environment News Service.
HydroGen undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.
Using membranes for hydrogen purification could require less energy than conventional methods do, Freeman says.
The national lab, which develops nuclear weapons and military technology for the federal government, has several decades of experience working on hydrogen storage.
Hydrogen is the most basic and ubiquitous element in the universe.
This article discusses hydrogen absorption during aluminum melting and casting and assesses methods to evaluate and remove hydrogen.