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Green Hydrogen Production: Soundwave Method of RMIT University

According to the article posted in Innovation News Network, 

  • Engineers from RMIT University in Melbourne have used sound waves to boost production of green hydrogen by 14 times, through electrolysis to split water.
  •  Their invention offers a promising way to access cheap hydrogen fuel for a number of sectors. Check it out to jump to the detailed info about it in the article posted in Innovation News Network.

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Advanced Energy Materials publication

Bubble build-up suppression

Electrolysis efficiency improvement

Electrolysis innovation

Green hydrogen production

Hydrogen fuel production

Low-cost electrode materials

RMIT University research

Scalable green hydrogen technology

Sound wave electrolysis

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