Hydrogen Production

Although hydrogen element   is abundant on the earth it is always found as part of another compound, such as water (H2O), and must be separated from the compounds that contain it before it can be used in vehicles. Once separated, it can be used along with oxygen from the air in a fuel cell to produce electricity by an electrochemical process. There are many methods to produce hydrogen.   Thermochemical processes use heat and chemical reactions to release hydrogen from organic materials such as fossil fuels and biomass. Water (H2O) can be split into hydrogen (H2) and oxygen (O2) using electrolysis or solar energy. Microorganisms such as bacteria and algae can also produce hydrogen through biological processes.

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