One problem with hydrogen fuel cells is storing the hydrogen. Hydrogen has a tendency to leak out of whatever container it is stored in, since hydrogen atoms are small enough to pass though most metals and other materials. This poses an obvious problem in the creation of fuel cells. Another issue is the size of the cells, since a large volume of hydrogen is needed for it to be a viable fuel source. Hydrogen can be compressed to make smaller cells, but in that state the risk of leakage is even higher.
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