Scientists Split Seawater Into Hydrogen Fuel

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The electrolytic splitting of saline water is a highly desirable and sustainable method for the mass production of green hydrogen, but seawater contains many impurities that hinder the long-term stability of conventional electrolysis systems.

A method for enabling the electrolysis of seawater has been developed that addresses previous side-reaction and corrosion problems.

The full article has been published in the Nature Journal. Click here to read the full article.

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Source: Nature


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