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Graphene-Info reported that researchers have discovered that protons can pass through graphene, which is impermeable to gas and liquids. The news could mean graphene is usable in fuel cell technology.

Graphene-Info reported that researchers have discovered that protons can pass through graphene, which is impermeable to gas and liquids. The news could mean graphene is usable in fuel cell technology.

As quoted in the market news:

The scientists were surprised to find out that protons manage to pass through graphene with relative ease, especially in high temperatures, because graphene usually demonstrates barrier-like qualities. Fuel cells use oxygen and hydrogen as fuel and convert the input chemical energy unto electricity, with a significant issue of fuel leaks across traditional proton membranes (thus reducing efficiency). The scientists claim graphene membranes may fix that problem and make create much more efficient fuel cells.

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