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How to Split Water into Hydrogen and Oxygen

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From The French Tribune by Raoul Girard on Tue, 12/17/2013 – 08:08

On December 15th of this year, scientists from the University of Houston have developed a “new technique” when they discovered that with the help of a catalyst, it is possible to “split water”, that is, separate hydrogen and oxygen from water by using sun’s rays and cobalt oxide nanoparticles.

Sources have revealed this could be the beginning of the creation of clean renewable source of energy is possible.

Split Water into Energy

Nature.com reports the summary of a scholarly paper title “Efficient solar water-splitting using a nanocrystalline CoO photocatalyst” they report an efficiency rate for this new technique that is many times greater then previous methods.

Here we show that cobalt(II) oxide (CoO) nanoparticles can carry out overall water splitting with a solar-to-hydrogen efficiency of around 5%.

Jiming Bao, lead author of the paper and an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UH, said the research discovered a new photocatalyst and demonstrated the potential of nanotechnology in engineering a material’s property, although more work remains to be done… Read more.


OxygenSuperCharger’s proprietary process.

At first, the process described above might sound like the process used to create OxygenSuperCharger, but it is not.  OxygenSuperCharger is created with a proprietary process using an electrolytic bath of sea salt and pure water.  Our process was designed not to just split the oxygen molecules from the H2O but then to bond these separated oxygen molecules to the trance minerals of the sea salt.  You can find out more about our unique process by watching our narrated slide show: https://oxygensupercharger.com/activated-stabilized-oxygen-explained/

Originally posted 2014-01-05 12:35:57.

December 17th, 2017

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