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ScienceDaily reported on 30 August that a University of Kentucky-University of Louisville research team had demonstrated that an alloy formed by a 2% substitution of antimony in gallium nitride has the right electrical properties when immersed in water to break the chemical bond between water’s hydrogen and oxygen molecules, in It’s time to log in … Continued

ScienceDaily reported on 30 August that a University of Kentucky-University of Louisville research team had demonstrated that an alloy formed by a 2% substitution of antimony in gallium nitride has the right electrical properties when immersed in water to break the chemical bond between water’s hydrogen and oxygen molecules, in

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