The future of clean energy? New, cheap and efficient electrode for splitting water | UNSW Newsroom

Using a cheap nickel iron catalyst coating a nickel “foam” UNSW scientists have made an electrode that has the raised the bar in the race to improve efficiency of water splitting to make Hydrogen for fuel cells.

The future of clean energy? New, cheap and efficient electrode for splitting water | UNSW Newsroom.

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