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Hydrogen from Seawater without massive energy input?

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Current methods for seawater electrolysis involve a complex set of steps, high temperatures and lots of energy - which all drive up costs. This latest research uses a different catalytic process, one which not only involves a single step process but can also occur at room temperature.  Thus reducing the traditional time, cost and energy involved in producing hydrogen from seawater.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2021/01/210128134733.htm

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By Kylie Hargreaves

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