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A new catalyst, made of inexpensive and abundant materials, could prove useful in rechargeable batteries and hydrogen production, reports the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A team of MIT researchers has found “one of the most effective catalysts ever discovered” for splitting oxygen atoms from water molecules to produce hydrogen fuel and rechargeable It’s time to log … Continued

A new catalyst, made of inexpensive and abundant materials, could prove useful in rechargeable batteries and hydrogen production, reports the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

A team of MIT researchers has found “one of the most effective catalysts ever discovered” for splitting oxygen atoms from water molecules to produce hydrogen fuel and rechargeable

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