GSI Creos develops nanofiber for fuel cells

April 16, 2003 – GSI Creos Corp. of Japan has developed metal-supported catalysts using a carbon nanofiber that could be used in electrodes for fuel cells, according to the Jiji Press English News Service.

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The new catalysts are cheaper to make because they require less platinum in their manufacturing process, the report said. GSI’s nanotech team developed the catalysts with Shinshu University Professor Morinobu Endo, according to the report.

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