Amorphous molybdenum sulfides as hydrogen evolution catalysts.

@article{MoralesGuio2014AmorphousMS,
  title={Amorphous molybdenum sulfides as hydrogen evolution catalysts.},
  author={Carlos G Morales-Guio and Xile Hu},
  journal={Accounts of chemical research},
  year={2014},
  volume={47 8},
  pages={2671-81}
}
Providing energy for a population projected to reach 9 billion people within the middle of this century is one of the most pressing societal issues. Burning fossil fuels at a rate and scale that satisfy our near-term demand will irreversibly damage the living environment. Among the various sources of alternative and CO2-emission-free energies, the sun is the only source that is capable of providing enough energy for the whole world. Sunlight energy, however, is intermittent and requires an… CONTINUE READING
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