Seawater Proven as Renewable Source of Hydrogen, through Process Called Water Splitting
While the generation of hydrogen has been identified as the key to a sustainable future, only in the last few years have scientists, engineers, and others started working on making use of hydrogen. As a result, some of the most promising developments are on the horizon, such as water splitting.
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, and it can be used in various industries, including hydrogen fuel, construction material, and clothing. Hydrogen can be found in both seawater and air, and it can be found in the earth’s atmosphere. It can be used to fuel cars, transform petroleum, and produce other compounds.
The most abundant form of hydrogen is water, and the most abundant form of water is the ocean. The technology of making hydrogen from seawater has been developed by Ondre Brisson of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy Technology. Brisson and his colleagues developed a highly efficient and cost-effective hydrogen making process that uses heat from seawater and makes hydrogen.
The process is simple, and it works by pumping water through a porous black-colored metal plate. They then arranged the metal plates so that a hydrogen bubble forms at the interface between the two.
A hydrogen bubble will fill the empty space between the two plates, making hydrogen appear.
The process is expensive, but Brisson believes that it will be a sustainable process, as it uses renewable energy. The team is currently seeking funding to develop the process further.