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A team of Virginia Tech researchers has discovered a way to extract large quantities of hydrogen from any plant, a breakthrough that has the potential to bring a low-cost, environmentally friendly fuel source to the world, the researchers say.
Zhang and his team have succeeded in using xylose (“wood sugar”), the most abundant simple plant sugar, to produce a large quantity of hydrogen that previously was attainable only in theory. The method can be performed using any source of biomass.
This new environmentally friendly method of producing hydrogen utilizes renewable natural resources, releases almost no greenhouse gasses, and does not require costly or heavy metals. Previous methods to produce hydrogen are expensive and create greenhouse gases.
“The key to this exciting development is that Zhang is using the second most prevalent sugar in plants to produce this hydrogen,”
Originally posted by playswithmachines
Interesting, but you can also get hydrogen from water, dontcha know?
I posted the whole Stan Meyer deal ages ago, including the fact that we tested it and it WORKS.
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It's like peeps dont WANT free energy.........