A new material made from manganese hydride is being touted as a breakthrough that could unlock a hydrogen-powered vehicle revolution. Hydrogen always has been seen as a green technology with great potential, but a major obstacle has been the size, complexity and expense of the fuel systems. Current approaches require high pressure and/or complex heat-management systems to achieve acceptable storage densities. But now Kubas Manganese Hydride-1 (KMH-1), discovered by an international team ...

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