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August 25th, 2004

Molecular assemblies created to convert water to hydrogen gas

Abstract:
Wonder where the fuel will come from for tomorrow's hydrogen-powered vehicles? Virginia Tech researchers are developing catalysts that will convert water to hydrogen gas. Supramolecular complexes created by Karen Brewer's group at Virginia Tech convert light energy into a fuel that can be transported, stored, and dispensed, such as hydrogen gas.

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