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Can Liquid Hydrogen Save The Combustion Engine?

Can Liquid Hydrogen Save The Combustion Engine?

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Toyota Developed A Liquid Hydrogen Combustion Engine
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Can Toyota save the combustion engine? They’re one of few companies to develop a liquid-hydrogen engine. You get all the noise and excitement of a gas engine, without the carbon emissions. How does it work? Liquid hydrogen is stored in a tank at -253 degrees Celsius. That hydrogen is pumped into a vaporizer, turning into a gas, where it is eventually pumped all the way to the engine cylinders, operating much like a gasoline engine would.

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