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A new technology has been developed that accomplishes the direct conversion of urine and urea to pure hydrogen via electrochemical oxidation with an inexpensive nickel catalyst.
Today, alkalinity, in the form of sodium hydroxide (NaOH), is primarily produced from the chlor-alkali process. Alkalinity produced by the chlor-alkali industry is used in a multitude of different… (More)
The utilization of wastewater for useful fuel has been gathering recent attention due to society’s need for alternative energy sources. The electrooxidation of urea found at high concentrations in… (More)