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Green Hydrogen Production by Water-Splitting Method: by Yale School & Applied Sciences

Here’s an article posted in Technology Networks.

According to the article,

  • A team at the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences is designing a device to produce green hydrogen, not sourced from fossil fuels.
  • The device manufactures green hydrogen in roughly three steps: sunlight is absorbed by photo-absorbers, which generate charges and transport them to the catalyst. The catalyst then uses the charges to split water into hydrogen and oxygen.

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