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    Adsorption technology has been discussed in relation to CNG storage. Here's a study done by the National Renewable Energies Lab on using it with hydrogen storage to increase capacity. The attachment contains the entire text.

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE 2000 DOE/NREL HYDROGEN PROGRAM REVIEW
    MAY 8-10, 2000
    CARBON NANOTUBE MATERIALS FOR HYDROGEN STORAGE
    A.C. Dillon, T. Gennett, J. L. Alleman, K.M. Jones, P.A. Parilla,
    and M.J. Heben
    National Renewable Energy Laboratory
    Golden, CO 80401-3393
    Abstract
    Carbon single-wall nanotubes (SWNTs) are capable of adsorbing hydrogen quickly, to high
    density, at ambient temperatures and pressures. Last year, we showed that hydrogen storage
    densities on SWNTs made by laser vaporization ranged from 3.5 to 4.5 wt% after a new cutting
    procedure was performed. We present the details of the cutting procedure here and show that,
    when optimized, hydrogen storage densities up to 7 wt% can be achieved.
    Attached Files
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