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New findings for clean hydrogen

Hydrogen research
Scientists at Curtin University have made a discovery with potentially far-reaching implications for future large-scale clean hydrogen production.  Research has identified a new, cheaper, and more efficient electrocatalyst to make green hydrogen from water. Traditionally, scientists have been using precious metal catalysts such as platinum to accelerate the reaction to break water into hydrogen and …
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