Implications for methanol fuel cells: In reactions of ground-state early-transition-metal atoms with methanol in an argon matrix, dihydrogen and methoxide salts M(OMe)2 (M=Sc, Ti, V, Nb) form through spontaneous replacement reactions. This work demonstrates that hydrogen can be directly produced from the reactions of ground-state metal atoms with methanol even at cryogenic temperatures.
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