11 Oct, 23

New Process Makes Green Hydrogen And Graphene From Plastic

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Rice University researchers have found a way to harvest hydrogen from plastic waste using a low-emissions method that generates graphene as a by-product, which could help offset production costs. Hydrogen is viewed as a promising alternative to fossil fuel, but the methods used to make it either generate too much carbon dioxide or are too expensive. Rice University researchers have found a way to harvest hydrogen from plastic waste using a low-emissions method that could more than pay for itself. Kevin Wyss, a Rice doctoral alumnus and lead author…

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