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Artificial Photosynthesis Gets Big Boost From New Catalyst

News   Dec 01, 2017 | Original Story by Tyler Irving for the University of Toronto.

 
Artificial Photosynthesis Gets Big Boost From New Catalyst

New low-cost, highly efficient catalyst for chemical conversion of water into oxygen. The catalyst is part of an artificial photosynthesis system. Credit: Tyler Irving.

 
 
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