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Hydrogen from the air?

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Scientists in Australia have produced extremely pure (99+%) hydrogen using moisture captured from the air and electrolysis powered by the sun. The technology is known as Direct Air Electrolysis (DAE) and poses a very real promise for water-scare regions.

Even more impressive when you think that it can operate in locations with relative humidity levels as low as 4%. As a point of comparison, the average daytime relative humidity at Uluru (Ayers Rock) in the central desert of Australia is (apparently!) 21%.

https://www.inkl.com/news/out-of-thin-air-new-solar-powered-invention-creates-hydrogen-fuel-from-the-atmosphere/YjvnXYIqbl



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