- Category: Renewables
07 Jun 2012
- Published on Thursday, 07 June 2012 11:59
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Chemical engineers at the California Institute of Technology have come up with a low-temperature process to enable water-splitting, the process by which hydrogen is extracted from water. Thermochemical water splitting requires the heating of water to trigger a reaction that splits it into its component molecules of hydrogen and oxygen. So far, the most effective methods require high temperatures, above 1,000 degrees Celsius.
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