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Alkaline electrolysis with skeletal ni catalysts
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Hydrogen has been recognized as a potential energy vector for the energy future. Its high energy mass density (108,738 J/g, three times as much energy as 1 gram of gasoline), the possibility of obtaining hydrogen from many sources, the high efficiency with which its energy is extracted within fuel cells and converted into electricity, and the fact that its use does not produce any harmful emission, make of hydrogen the most attractive fuel for the new energy scenarios. These scenarios include high energy conversion efficiency technologies, zero emissions and use of sustainable and clean fuels.
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