An aluminum-filled car that gets the same performance as a regular car could be a lot more appealing to consumers.
But how do you actually do that?
The answer lies in the form of a new type of aluminum alloy, which has been used in the production of the aluminum-based aluminum fuel cells that are now making a comeback in the auto industry.
According to the University of Michigan, aluminum is a metal that has the ability to conduct electricity, which makes it perfect for batteries.
But as it’s a highly conductive metal, it doesn’t work well in many of the kinds of energy storage systems that have been made for automobiles.
The solution is to add an additional layer of conductivity to the aluminum alloy.
A new class of metal known as the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) is created, which consists of two or more metals that have the same properties but different chemical bonds.
When the chemical bonds are broken, the polycarbonate is broken down into smaller and smaller fragments, which then bond together into larger and larger crystals.
The resulting structure is known as a fullerene, which is a material that’s very flexible.
The aluminum-rich polycyclicahedra (PAh) found in many fuel cell components is what gives the batteries in the new aluminum-fueled cars their strength.
Alkaline fuel cells, like those in your car, are typically made from a mixture of metal oxides and polycyclics.
The aluminum-producing polymer compound found in the fuel cells in your vehicle will act as the catalyst for the catalytic reaction.
In a nutshell, the catalytically active aluminum in the polymer is what makes the battery perform as well as a normal metal fuel cell.
While the material itself doesn’t have a known affinity for energy storage, the catalyst of choice for the new type is an alkaline chemical.
Algae are abundant on the seafloor, which gives the material the ability of being able to absorb a wide variety of energy sources.
The alkaline reaction of the new polycyclicity produces a catalyst that is more readily absorbed by the metal in the aluminum.
In the future, aluminum-fuelled batteries will also be able to produce energy from the CO 2 released by natural gas and other fossil fuels.
The new aluminum polycyclicate is more resistant to corrosion than traditional aluminum oxide, which provides a more solid fuel to the fuel cell as well.
It also has higher strength and energy density, which could help improve the energy efficiency of these batteries.