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(Abc.net.au)   Scientists close to working out how to extract hydrogen from water without electricity   ( abc.net.au) divider line
    More: Cool, hydrogen, Electricity, molecular structure, manganese, electric charges, renewable fuels, photosynthesis, National University of Ireland  
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2012-11-09 08:04:05 PM  
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Lev_Astov: You may kid, but the oxygen byproduct is actually a significant concern. We would be producing so much H2 for our energy needs that the O2 released into the atmosphere would potentially cause all kinds of problems.

Psst... when we extract the energy from the hydrogen, we'll use the oxygen too.
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