Researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia and the Midwest Research Institute in Kansas City have developed technology that will allow natural-gas tanks in vehicles to match standard gasoline tanks in storage capacity and packaging efficiency. Project leader Peter Pfeifer and colleagues successfully have shrunk the size of vehicle natural-gas tanks – which are often large and unwieldy – by storing natural gas at low pressure in a honeycomb structure of carbon briquettes made from ...

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