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PNNL scientists have been investigating high-pressure hydrogen material compatibility and surface degradation of aluminum-coated lead zirconate titanate (PZT) surfaces for applications in clean-burning hydrogen internal combustion engines. This lead (Pb) spider-like formation was discovered during the research. It was imaged with the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory’s helium ion microscope and may have battery applications. Contributing to this project are Kyle Alvine, Vaithiyalingam Shutthanandan, Wendy Bennett and Stan Pitman.

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Document Title: Lead Spider
Category: EMSL (William R. Wiley Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory), Energy Production and Conservation, Materials Science
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: October 2011
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