Researchers at Purdue University have further
developed a technology that could represent a
pollution-free energy source for a range of
potential applications, from golf carts to
submarines and cars to emergency portable
The technology produces hydrogen by adding water
to an alloy of aluminum and gallium. When water is
added to the alloy, the aluminum splits water by
attracting oxygen, liberating hydrogen in the process.
The Purdue researchers are developing a method to
create particles of the alloy that could be placed in a
tank to react with water and produce hydrogen on demand.
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