Gaseous hydrogen – Man’s past foe, today’s challenge, tomorrow’s fuel

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Gaseous hydrogen has long been a challenge for mankind, though the gas has enormous potential for its harnessing by man. Who can forget the Hindenburg disaster with the loss of 35 lives in 1937, or the enormous disruptions caused to the industrial world, by the gas’ embrittling mechanism exposed in ...

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