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Fuel cells, devices that react hydrogen with oxygen to produce water, using the electricity generated by the redox reaction to power a motor, need platinum catalysts to produce energy, which makes them extremely expensive. Scientists have been looking for alternatives to replace the transition metal with a cheaper option, such as carbon, but producing carbon nanostructures can be quite expensive too.
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