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MIT creates new material for fuel cells

An MIT engineer peels a new thin material for fuel cells from a Teflon-coated substrate. Full story VIDEO / Courtesy Avni Argun and Nathan Ashcraft, MIT

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Am I missing something??? It looks like they removed a moist towelette from it’s wrapper. Big deal.

Posted over 8 years by Anonymous

It is obviously the “wrapper” – the coating film that is of interest. However, lacking sound, there is no detail on why this is of interest.

Posted over 8 years by Anonymous

For MIT being composed of brainiac’s you would think these videos would be more descriptive.

Posted over 8 years by Anonymous

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