Iridium Catalysts – for Efficient Green Hydrogen Production
Here’s an article posted in Phys that explains how Iridium catalysts unlock efficiency in hydrogen production.
According to the article,
- Iridium-based catalysts show promise in making hydrogen production more efficient and sustainable.
- The high cost of iridium is a primary challenge in the widespread adoption of these catalysts.
- Research is focused on addressing this challenge through strategies such as defect engineering and adjusting synergistic effects.
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