Composite for Green Hydrogen Production Developed by University of Twente
Here’s an article posted in Innovation News Network.
According to the article,
- Researchers from the University of Twente have developed a new composite material for green hydrogen production.
- The composite material consists of several earth-abundant elements that could be potentially used for efficient hydrogen production.
- The new material is a compound containing five different transition metals, which individually are only moderately active as a catalyst
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