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Researchers discover more efficient way to split water, produce hydrogen

(University of Houston) A team of researchers from the University of Houston and the California Institute of Technology has reported a more efficient catalyst to produce hydrogen from water, using molybdenum sulfoselenide particles on three-dimensional porous nickel diselenide foam to increase catalytic activity.
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