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Method efficiently produces hydrogen peroxide from seawater

Method efficiently produces hydrogen peroxide from seawater
Scientists have used sunlight to turn seawater (H2O) into hydrogen peroxide (H2O2), which can then be used in fuel cells to generate electricity. It is the first photocatalytic method of H2O2 production that achieves a high enough efficiency so that the H2O2 can be used in a fuel cell. The researchers, led by Shunichi Fukuzumi at Osaka University, have published a paper on the method of the photocatalytic production of hydrogen peroxide in a recent issue of Nature Communications.
23rd May 2016


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