9 thoughts on “Hydrogen Pill Storage”

  1. Jonas Rabbe says:

    This really is coolness, and I must admit I felt a little bit of pride in having graduated from DTU: “That’s my school right there”…

    A working solution is still some way out in the future, but there’s enough hydrogen stored in the pill to power a car for 5-600 km. Very cool.

  2. Joen says:

    As long as it happens in my time, I’ll be glad.

    Oh, and by all means be proud! It’s pretty damn cool!

  3. AkaXakA says:

    no jimmy! those aren’t your Vitamin pills!

  4. Daniel Pihlstr?m says:

    Just imagine the warning labels that’ll need in the US.

  5. Joen says:

    Hahah, yeah, never thought of that! I’m sure they’ll make them so big you can’t eat them.

  6. Roel says:

    AFAIK, they’ll be magnesium chloride with ammonia (NH3) or ammonium (NH4+) bound to its crystal. Somehow, I think you’ll start vomiting before it hits the backside of your tongue. Even if you manage to eat some of it, it might not be that poisonous. Unfortunately, I cannot find many details about it- it’s not in our (DTU) chemical hazard database yet 😉

    English version of DTU’s article: http://makeashorterlink.com/?J536169CB

  7. Danny LaMarsh says:

    Bring it on this could change the way we power the world..I like it,

  8. Amory says:

    This is indeed very awesome. I hope that i will see something of this magnitude put in to effect. It is becoming increasingly apparent that we need to develop much more reliance on renewable and/or cleaner sources of energy.

    BTW, check out the page rank searching for “Hydrogen Pill” 🙂

  9. Don Rudolph says:

    Hope to use this soon to drive car and heat the home as being retired, the living expenses are starting to go up fast. Let those oil field owners eat sand.

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