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Scientists Seek New Ways to Generate Hydrogen

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Scientists are conducting research that they hope will result in new ways of generating hydrogen. One researcher says that an aluminum alloy could be used to produce hydrogen from water. New discoveries in the field could potentially make fuel-cell vehicles more practical.

Jerry Woodall, professor of electrical and computer engineering; director, Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship, Purdue University

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