NANOSTRUCTURES HELP CHEMISTS GENERATE HYDROGEN IN

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Chemical & Engineering News Nanostructures help chemists generate hydrogen in microgravity Chemical & Engineering News Long-term space missions will require methods to produce fuels, such as hydrogen gas, on demand. Photoelectrochemical cells (PECs) can produce hydrogen using energy from sunlight, but the reduced gravity in space presents unique challenges to this 

Water splitting demonstrated in microgravity Chemistry World Light-driven water splitting reactions have been carried out in near-zero gravity by researchers investigating potential new ways to generate oxygen and fuel during long-range space missions. Their work suggests that careful catalyst design could offer 

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