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Researchers from Indiana University have created a high-performance biomaterial that acts as a catalyst in the splitting of water into oxygen and hydrogen. The technology can be used to generate clean fuels and fuel cells.Thus the raw material for hydrogen fuel can be stored in the most secure of the possible forms - as water.
Once again, the combustion of hydrogen, water is formed, which thus returns to the natural cycle. Hydrogen can be burned in turbine jet engines, heating boilers, used for direct production of electricity in fuel cells. However, there are still two barrier to hydrogen energy: the complexity of transporting, storing explosive hydrogen fuel and high manufacturing costs vodoroda.Novaya technology solves at least one problem.