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Submission + - Self-powered microbial fuel cell produces hydroge (bbc.co.uk)

donberryman writes: "Researchers demonstrated how cells fuelled by bacteria can be "self-powered" and produce a limitless supply of hydrogen without an external source of electricity was required in order to power the process. It uses reverse electro-dialysis to capture energy from the difference in salinity between salt water and freshwater.

Instant hydrogen — just add water."

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Self-powered microbial fuel cell produces hydroge

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