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Hydrogen, chemical element that exists as a gas at room temperature. Hydrogen gas is odorless, tasteless, colorless, and highly flammable. When hydrogen gas burns in air, it forms water. French chemist Antoine Lavoisier named hydrogen from the Greek words for "water former."
Nanoscale artificial leaf can extract hydrogen from water with just ... Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has shown what they call the "first fully integrated nanosystem for artificial photosynthesis". 17 May 2013 Michael Graham Richard
New Artificial Leaf Concept for Low Cost Hydrogen Fuel Cells Researchers at NIST have developed an artificial leaf concept that uses solar energy to produce hydrogen from water, for fuel cells. 17 May 2013 Tina Casey
H2USA is DOE's new partnership to support hydrogen fueling stations The US Department of Energy (DOE) has kicked off H2USA, a public-private partnership focused on advancing hydrogen infrastructure to bring more transportation energy options to US consumers, including fueling up their ... 14 May 2013 Jon LeSage
This Liquid Hydrogen UAV Just Flew for Two Days Straight - Gizmodo In 2009, the Office of Naval Research's super-endurance drone, the Ion Tiger, flew for a record 23 hours, 17 minutesthe longest ever for a fuel cell-powered UAV. But late last week, the ONR demolished its own record with a ... 14 May 2013 Andrew Tarantola
US Navy's liquid hydrogen drone flies for record 48 hours RT USA A drone developed by the US Navy has broken its own endurance record by staying in the air for just over 48 hours. 12 May 2013 RT
US Navy drone flies two days straight using liquid hydrogen tank ... As the US military discovers just how useful drones can be, it's eager to keep them flying as long as can be, and the US Office of Naval Research now has a drone that can fly for two whole days.... 11 May 2013 Sean Hollister
US Navy's Ion Tiger drone leans on liquid hydrogen for longer ... The US Navy's quieter way to spy, the Ion Tiger, just bested its own 2009 flight record with a key assist from liquid hydrogen. The unmanned aerial. 10 May 2013 Joseph Volpe
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