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Enabling the use of seawater for hydrogen gas production in water electrolyzers

Publication Date Apr 21, 2021


Hydrogen gas will play an increasingly critical role in developing a carbon-neutral energy infrastructure, but it will need to be produced by water splitting using renewable electricity sources. A recent study by Veroneau and Nocera in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) suggests an electrolyzer that produces desalinated water from abundant seawater by using forward osmosis.

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Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences
Renewable Electricity Sources
Forward Osmosis
Water Electrolyzers
Water Splitting
Recent Study
Hydrogen Gas
Renewable Sources
Hydrogen Gas Production
National Academy Of Sciences

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