LOGIN
Steven Reubenstone
Mechanical Engineer & Collaborizm Mentor. Join our iOT Hackathon! (Project Leader)
 · New YorkU.S.
Edit
Delete
Share
Report
QUESTION
  ·  Mark as Answered

Does anyone think it is possible to use something like this for a commercial purpose?

1 like 
Like
Share
Load 2 previous comments
Kushal
Das
 · KolkataIndia
Edit
Delete
Share
Report

yes it is highly flammable…

1 like 
Steven Reubenstone
Mechanical Engineer & Collaborizm Mentor. Join our iOT Hackathon! (Project Leader)
 · New YorkU.S.
Edit
Delete
Share
Report

do you have an familarity with metal hydrides? Kushal

0 like 
Onkar Kale
student
 · NagpurIndia
Edit
Delete
Share
Report

cant we use nitrogen ? i mean nitrogen wont affect metal we r going to use and with nitrogen we can use fibre or plastic and it is in light in weight and robust in construction

0 like 
Steven Reubenstone
Mechanical Engineer & Collaborizm Mentor. Join our iOT Hackathon! (Project Leader)
 · New YorkU.S.
Edit
Delete
Share
Report

But can Nitrogen be used with Metal Hydrides? I do not think so? It sits on the other side of the periodic table. May be i am wrong

0 like 
Pratik Bhagat
engineer,enterprenuer,hobbystic
 · Indira NagarIndia
Edit
Delete
Share
Report

Nitrogen not a good idea. As it gains temperature it will expand. Not good for packed chambers. Explosion might take place.

Hydrciles if there is exchange of electrons can we also create some current .just a FAQ

0 like 
Pratik Bhagat
engineer,enterprenuer,hobbystic
 · Indira NagarIndia
Edit
Delete
Share
Report

Hydrides

0 like 
Leave a reply...
DISCOVER
CHAT
ALERTS
-2
DISCUSSIONS
-1
FEED