Easy aluminum nanoparticles for rapid, efficient hydrogen generation from water

For years, researchers have tried to find efficient and cost-effective ways to harness the extreme reactivity of aluminum to generate clean hydrogen fuel. A new study shows that an easily produced composite of gallium and aluminum creates aluminum nanoparticles that react rapidly with water at room temperature to yield large amounts of hydrogen

Aluminum is a highly reactive metal that can strip oxygen from water molecules to generate hydrogen gas. Its widespread use…

Full text: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/02/220218100644.htm


Science Daily, 2022-02-18.


University of California, Santa Cruz


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