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A step closer to making Hydrogen Fuel

A step closer to making Hydrogen Fuel

Making hydrogen fuel has got a little bit of easier. This may lead to production of hydrogen fuel that will be all clean and will be used to run cars and power generators.

Scientists are observing plant photosynthesis, which harvests sunlight and splits water molecules to create fuel. It sounds simple, but even in plants the task is a highly complicated set of reactions with multiple players acting in multiple places. So researchers often tackle one half of photosynthesis at a time.

Posted by Sylas Ryder

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