Graphene proton transport may transform renewable energy

Scientists at the University of Manchester’s National Graphene Institute discovered a way to speed up proton transport across graphene. They discovered shining a light on this wonder material excites its electrons, enabling protons to pass through it quickly. As a result, they say it could help create more effective solar and green hydrogen energy devices.

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