Hydrogen

Water-based Fuel Cell Converts Carbon Emissions To Electricity

Scientists from Korea's Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology have developed a system which can continuously produce electrical energy and hydrogen by dissolving carbon dioxide in an aqueous solution. The post Water-based fuel cell...
Related topics: Carbon Dioxide

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Saturn Hasn't Always Had Rings

One of the last acts of NASA's Cassini spacecraft before its death plunge into Saturn's hydrogen and helium atmosphere was to coast between the planet and its rings and let them tug it around, essentially acting as a gravity probe.
Related topics: Saturn, NASA, Space, Cassini–Huygens Spacecarft, Spacecrafts, Helium

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Canadian Radio Telescope Is Helping Map Out The Expansion Of The Universe

Canadian researchers are trying to learn about space from recurring frequencies that form outside our galaxy through a new radio telescope.The Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) is a new form of radio telescope that looks to...
Related topics: Telescopes, Space

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Making Ammonia 'greener'

Researchers have come up with a new way to create ammonia from nitrogen and water at low temperature and low pressure. They've done it successfully so far in a laboratory without using hydrogen or the solid metal catalyst necessary in traditional...

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Astronomers Uncover The Brightest Quasar In The Early Universe – J043947.08+163415.7

Researchers have discovered the brightest quasar yet known, detected from the period when the universe’s star-making hydrogen gas became ionized, known as “reionization.” The international research team found the quasar’s exceptional...
Related topics: Space, Quasars, Scientific Discoveries

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Canada's Chime Telescope Detects Second Repeating Fast Radio Burst

Scientists have found the second repeating fast radio burst (FRB) ever recorded. The discovery of the extragalactic signal is among the first, eagerly awaited results from the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME). The repeating FRB...
Related topics: Telescopes, Space, Scientific Discoveries

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This 'fossil' Cloud Of Pure Hydrogen Gas Could Be A Time Capsule Of The Big Bang

The emptiest space in the universe is full of gas.
Related topics: Fossils, Paleontology, Big Bang

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Illuminating How Nitrogenase Makes Ammonia

A team of researchers led by PNNL computational scientist Simone Raugei have revealed new insights about how this complex enzyme does its job, finding that the seemingly wasteful formation of hydrogen has an essential purpose. Their paper, "Critical...

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Greener Hydrogen From Water

The idea of using hydrogen as the basis of a clean sustainable energy source, often termed a hydrogen economy, has been a topic of conversation for decades. Hydrogen fuel, for example, doesn't emit any carbon dioxide and is considered more...
Related topics: Carbon Dioxide

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Red Lithium 3d Camera For Hydrogen One Phone Shown Off

Finally, after more than a year of teasers, the RED Hydrogen One phone is out. The device debuted as the world’s first holographic media machine. We soon saw the real one and not just a prototype and it was ready to make full 4-View holography a...
Related topics: Lithium

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Red Teases 'lithium,' A 3d Camera For Its Hydrogen One Phone

At $1,300, RED's Hydrogen One smartphone was never really aimed at consumers, so now it's starting to reveal a strategy for its bread-and-butter pro cinematographer market. On Facebook, it showed off "Lithium," a 3D camera that...
Related topics: Lithium, Facebook, Social Media

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First Hyundai Nexo Fuel Cell Suv Was Delivered To A Us Buyer

Back in October, we talked about some of the details of the 2019 Hyundai NEXO fuel-cell-powered SUV. One of the big features of the vehicle at the time was a driving range of 380 miles per tank of hydrogen. We also learned at that time that the SUV...
Related topics: Hyundai (tech)

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Why Are There No Hot Neptunes? Atmospheric Escape Could Be The Culprit

There is an notable absence of hot planets the size of Neptune. New research suggests that this may be due to atmospheric escape: the loss of atmospheric gases like hydrogen into space because of the energy of nearby stars. The post Why are there no...
Related topics: Space, Neptune

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Illuminating Nanoparticle Growth With X-rays

Ultrabright X-rays at NSLS-II reveal key details of catalyst growth for more efficient hydrogen fuel cells.

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Preventing Concrete Bridges From Falling Apart

Extremes of temperature, rain, exposure to corrosive substances—all of these environmental factors contribute to the degradation of concrete. Specifically, a gas present in our environment, called hydrogen sulphide, turns into sulphuric acid, a...

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The Hydrogen Economy May Be Coming Through Your Cooker

About an hour’s drive from where this is being written there is a car plant, and as you drive past its entrance you may notice an unobtrusive sign and an extra lane with the cryptic road marking “H2”. The factory is the Honda plant...

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Nasa Moves Liquid Hydrogen Tank To Huntsville For Testing

NASA is moving a massive liquid hydrogen tank to Huntsville, Alabama, for testing as part of its plans to eventually return to the moon.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Moon

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Researchers Use Jiggly Jell-o To Make Powerful New Hydrogen Fuel Catalyst

A cheap and effective new catalyst developed by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, can generate hydrogen fuel from water just as efficiently as platinum, currently the best—but also most expensive—water-splitting catalyst out...

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Low-cost Catalyst Boosts Hydrogen Production From Water

A future powered by carbon-free fuel depends on our ability to harness and store energy from renewable but intermittent sources, such as solar and wind. Now, a new catalyst gives a boost to a number of clean energy technologies that depend on...
Related topics: Solar Power

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How The Moon’s Ice Craters Will Power A Human Colony

NASA's Michelle Thaller walks us through what it will take to sustain human life on the surface of the moon. One way would be to run a very strong electrical current through water, separating it into hydrogen and oxygen. It's a process that's not...
Related topics: Moon, Space, NASA

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