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Submitted by HydroKevin on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 11:57.
I’ve talked in the past about thermochemical cracking of water at high temperatures to create hydrogen. Nuclear power plants already produce waste steam and heat, two of the ingredients needed to create hydrogen from water. And while high temperature cracking of water into hydrogen and oxygen has been talked about and experimented with for years, both using electrolysis and chemicals to help split the water, there is a new type of electrolysis being used a nuclear power plants that is of some interest now. The information I’m about to tell ... Read Full Post
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