NewsCarbon nanospike catalyst splits water, carbon dioxide and
recombines atoms into heavier nanocarbons

6th April 2021by admin0
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In a new twist to an existing ORNL technology,
researchers have developed an electrocatalyst that enables water
and carbon dioxide to be split and the atoms recombined to form
higher weight hydrocarbons for gasoline, diesel and jet
fuel.

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