(Phys.org) —Scientists have taken a major step forward in the production of hydrogen from water which could lead to a new era of cheap, clean and renewable energy.

University of Glasgow-Hydrogen production breakthrough could herald cheap green energy

Promising technique improves hydrogen production of affordable alternative to platinum - “The microwave-assisted strategy could be a viable way to design advanced molybdenum disulfide catalysts for hydrogen production and hydrogen fuel cells,” said Yugang Sun, a nanoscience scientist in Argonne’s Nanoscience and Technology Division. “Microwave-synthesized nanostructured MoS2 exceeds the reactivity and stability levels of unmodified MoS2.

Promising technique improves hydrogen production of affordable alternative to platinum

Promising technique improves hydrogen production of affordable alternative to platinum - “The microwave-assisted strategy could be a viable way to design advanced molybdenum disulfide catalysts for hydrogen production and hydrogen fuel cells,” said Yugang Sun, a nanoscience scientist in Argonne’s Nanoscience and Technology Division. “Microwave-synthesized nanostructured MoS2 exceeds the reactivity and stability levels of unmodified MoS2.

A doctoral student at the University of Delaware has developed a prototype for a self-sustaining, emissions-free solar reactor that produces hydrogen fuel.

Scientist Develops Self-Sustaining Solar Reactor That Produces Clean Hydrogen Fuel

Scientists Achieve Solar Hydrogen Production Breakthrough

The best of two worlds: Solar hydrogen production breakthrough

Nanocrystals and nickel catalyst substantially improve light-based hydrogen production

Nanocrystals and nickel catalyst substantially improve light-based hydrogen production

ScienceDaily: Nanocrystals and Nickel Catalyst Substantially Improve Light-Based Hydrogen Production

A Chance Discovery May Revolutionize Hydrogen Production: Molybdenum-Based Catalysts Now Enable A More Cost-Effective Hydrogen Production ~ Ideas, Inventions And Innovations

Molybdenum-Based Catalyst Discovered as Cheap Alternative to Platinum for Hydrogen Production - The Green Optimistic

New Catalyst Holds Promise for Clean, Inexpensive Hydrogen Production

Rice University catalyst holds promise for clean, inexpensive hydrogen production

Scientists find hydrogen production in an extremophile bacterium (Halanaerobium hydrogeninformans)

Scientists find hydrogen production in an extremophile bacterium (Halanaerobium hydrogeninformans)

A researcher at Missouri University of Science and Technology has discovered a bacterium that can produce hydrogen, an element that one day could lessen the world's dependence on oil.

A team of Virginia Tech researchers has succeeded in transforming cellulose into starch, a process that has the potential to provide a previously untapped nutrient source from plants not traditionally though of as food crops.

Scientists transform cellulose into starch: Potential food source derived from non-food plants

Breakthrough in hydrogen fuBreakthrough in Hydrogen Fuel Production Could Revolutionize Alternative Energy Marketel production could revolutionize alternative energy market

Nanotechnology simplifies hydrogen production for clean energy

Nanotechnology simplifies hydrogen production for clean energy

The best of two worlds: Solar hydrogen production breakthrough.When light hits the system, an electrical potential builds up. The metal oxide layer acts as a photo anode and is the site of oxygen formation. It is connected to the solar cell by way of a conducting bridge made of graphite (black). Since only the metal oxide layer is in contact with the electrolyte, the silicon solar cell remains safe from corrosion. A platinum spiral serves as the cathode where hydrogen is formed.

Best of both worlds: Solar hydrogen production breakthrough. Using a simple solar cell and a photo anode made of a metal oxide, HZB and TU Delft scientists have successfully stored nearly five percent of solar energy chemically in the form of hydrogen

Water as a Power Gas Energy Source Ionization electron extraction During...

Water as a Power Gas Energy Source Ionization electron extraction During Hydrogen Production Stanley

Nanotechnology simplifies hydrogen production for clean energy

Nanotechnology simplifies hydrogen production for clean energy

In the first-ever experiment of its kind, researchers have demonstrated that clean energy hydrogen can be produced from water splitting by using very small metal particles that are exposed to sunlight.

New approach to water splitting could improve hydrogen production

A team of researchers from Missouri University of Science and Technology and National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in Greece have demonstrated a more efficient, less cost-prohibitive way to split water into its elements .

New Technology Could Help Overcome Obstacles to Hydrogen Production

New Technology Could Help Overcome Obstacles to Hydrogen Production

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