- Aug 17, 2021 3:33 pm GMT
A nanoporous film made from iron with phosphor dual-doped nickel selenide in initial testing has demonstrated stability and long-duration capability in filtering hydrogen from seawater. In a July announcement from the University of Central Florida, Yang Yang, Associate Professor in the NanoScience Technology Center states, “This development will open a new window for efficiently producing clean hydrogen fuel from seawater.” He continues, “The seawater electrolysis performance achieved by the dual-doped film far surpasses those of the most recently reported, state-of-the-art electrolysis catalysts and meets the demanding requirements needed for practical application.” In a 200-hour test of the film, it demonstrated the ability to continuously produce hydrogen from seawater. The film is inexpensive to produce and can be scaled for industrial applications. The implications of a zero-emission green hydrogen from seawater for the energy industry, transportation, and home and industrial use could be enormous
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