Saturday, April 14, 2012

Artificial photosynthesis breakthrough: Making hydrogen from water as fast as plants do!

Corn Lily Leaf, Sequoia National Park

Researchers in Sweden have developed a method to break water into hydrogen and oxygen as fast as plants can do this during photosynthesis. This is a major break through that has implications for using the sun to make hydrogen from water for fuel. For more information on this exciting research, check out the link below.
Artificial photosynthesis breakthrough: Fast molecular catalyzer

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