Efficient Green Hydrogen Production with New Material by Twente University
Here’s a post for finding efficient electrocatalysts by Innovation News Network.
- Researchers at the University of Twente have developed a groundbreaking composite material for green hydrogen production.
- The material, a compound containing five different transition metals, outperforms individual compounds by up to 680 times in terms of activity.
- The composite material does not rely on rare and expensive metals like platinum and iridium
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