The people who tell you that hydrogen powered cars are 10-20 years away are full of baloney. The current combustion engines can easy & quickly be modify to run H. You might lose your trunk space in order to accommodate the new storage medium need. The present system of gasoline distribution can easy be modified to dispense H. You now can get natural gas at almost every gas station so it�s no big deal dispensing H at the same locations. Of course this would require big oil to go along with the changes needed, NOT!
"Just because you can look up a web page does not mean YOU know what your talking about."
Hmm, I guess you just know off the top of your head everything found at the following web page, verbatim:
Now that you've been educated on the difference between 2H and H2, perhaps you can enlighten us what CNH17N is. Whatever it is, it must be rare since Google and http://www.chemindustry.com/chemicals/index.asp couldn't find it. Also, you never mentioned what state you live in.
I never mentioned Union Carbide, perhaps you were confused by my reference to D/C (Dow Chemical bought Union Carbide), but I was referring to Diamler-Chrysler, which has done research on H2-powered cars. I assumed D/C would be an appropriate abbrev. for a automotive oriented message board. Sorry for any confusion.