NewsGiving the hydrogen economy an acid test

14th January 2021by admin0
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A team of researchers led by the Institute of Applied
Physics at the University of Tsukuba has demonstrated a method for
producing acid-resistant catalysts by covering them with layers of
graphene. They show that using few layers allows for greater proton
penetration during a hydrogen evolution reaction, which is crucial
for maximizing the efficiency when producing H2 as fuel. This work
may lead to industrial-scale manufacturing of hydrogen as a
completely renewable energy source for vehicles that do not
contribute to climate change.

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