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Graphene Origami Boxes Store Hydrogen Fuel : Discovery News

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A molecular box folds and unfolds in a way that improves the energy-storing capacity of hydrogen fuel cells. The way in which the graphene folds up into a box has been dubbed hydrogenation-assisted graphene origami (HAGO) and involves cutting the graphene into a pattern and then functionalizing it by atomically attaching hydrogen to the carbon atoms of the graphene. The electric field that is used does not trigger the graphene to perform its origami but is used to unfold the structure and then repeat the trick.

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