Highly efficient, long-lasting electrocatalyst to boost hydrogen fuel production
Published Date: 11/20/2020
Source: phys.org
When hydrogen is consumed in a fuel cell, which takes the water molecule H2O and separates it into oxygen and hydrogen, a process called electrolysis, it produces only water, electricity and heat. As a zero-carbon energy source, the range of its potential use is limitless in transportation, commercial, industrial, residential and portable applications.