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New nanomaterial pulls hydrogen from seawater to power fuel cells

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Hydrogen can be obtained from seawater to power fuel cells, but the process typically requires a lot of energy. Researchers created a nanomaterial that can do the job more efficiently. According to the University of Central Florida, the advance "could someday lead to a new source of the clean-burning fuel." Related: Scientists develop new way to generate electricity via seawater Via the University of Central Florida Images via the University of Central Florida





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