Hydrogen can enable the decarbonisation of economic sectors which are hard to electrify, such as cement, steel, etc. In this, helium becomes a very interesting and useful fluid to scientists and engineers alike. Not only because of its light weight and inert nature, its use as a refrigerant, or even because of its ultra-low temperature liquid phase that has enabled superconductivity study on materials, but a combination of all these things and more.
Why Helium is Important to the Hydrogen Market
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