Ant and bee venom might be the answer to storage

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Hydrogen fuel cells are being used for more than just cars and buses. Researchers at the Oxford University in England have been developing a new fuel cell unit that can fit in a pocket. The fuel cell would be used to charge mobile devices as well as laptops and phones. While other companies have successfully manufactured portable fuel cells, researchers are developing a new hydrogen production method using formic acid. Formic acid is common in nature. It is most present in the venom of ants and bees, but is used…

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