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Northeastern Students Win Chem-E Car Competition

Hydrogen Car

Remember the Chem-E Car Competition in Nashville we posted about earlier? Well, it looks like the team of chemical engineering students from Northeastern University have captured first place with their hydrogen-powered vehicle. The Aluminator, as the students named it, is a small car that looks like a toy but is actually capable of producing its own hydrogen fuel – pretty neat! [Boston.com]

2 Responses to “Northeastern Students Win Chem-E Car Competition”

  1. […] year I will be competing for my school in the Chem-E-Car Competition, which is run by AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineering.)  The goal is to create a […]

  2. im interested to know about the mechanism you use for your chem-e-car . about the chemical reaction that you use and the i notice you use battery for your design .is it allowed ?

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