EADS claims that nanotechnology may pave the way for new hydrogen storage tanks that could enable use of the fuel on aircraft. According to the European aerospace giant, its scientists are working with Scottish counterparts to develop the storage tanks. Hydrogen is a clean fuel that produces only water on combustion or when combined with oxygen in a fuel cell to produce electrical power. However, it can be expensive and difficult to store safely. To store hydrogen as a gas demands high ...

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