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These ultra-lightweight materials, Li4BN3H10 (left) and LiNH2 (right

Ultra-lightweight materials, Li4BN3H10 (left) and LiNH2 (right), offer significant hydrogen storage potential. Amazingly, they contain a higher density of hydrogen (illustrated as white spheres) than liquid hydrogen itself.

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Sometimes it helps to see things from a different perspective. At ISIS our advanced research labs give the world’s leading scientists a unique view of materials at the atomic scale. In partnership with universities and industry, we enable materials research and discovery for fuel cell technology and clean energy research.


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