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  • Catalyst efficiency for water splitting
  • Cobalt oxide nanoparticles
  • Collaborative Research Centre Transregio 247
  • Cube-shaped nanoparticles
  • Electrolysis catalyst development
  • Facet-dependent activity of nanoparticles
  • Funding for green hydrogen research
  • Green hydrogen production catalysts
  • Renewable energy-based electrolysis
  • University Alliance Ruhr collaboration
  • Efficient Catalyst for Green Hydrogen, Research by Ruhr & Duisburg-Essen  

    Here’s a report submitted by the researchers in the journal Advanced Functional Materials.

    According to it,

    1. Ruhr University Bochum researchers developed a method to determine nanoparticle efficiency for green hydrogen.
    2. Cube-shaped cobalt oxide nanoparticles are more efficient than spherical ones.
    3. Higher catalytic activity and stability for cubes.
    4. Could lead to cost reduction in green hydrogen production.
    5. Could make green hydrogen more viable for energy storage and transportation.

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