In partnership between the University of Politkinnika de Catalonia and the Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology in Spain, researchers managed to develop a firm and effective photocopy of the “Photocopattest ‘”.
The study was titled ‘Titanium dioxide work, which is engineered to stimulate optical stimulation and support the stability of the backed metal groups supported during the development of hydrogen’, noting the need to produce hydrogen renewed to conduct research applications.
Like electrolysis, optical stimulation stimulates materials or particles by exposing them to photons of light to change the condition of the substance, behavior, or composition of matter.
Titanium dioxide is a cost -effective substance, and is usually used as an unjust white dye, and has the ability to exploit sunlight to produce hydrogen through optical chemical reactions.
However, the occurrence of this process is hindered by active electrons that prefer to step aside instead of participating in interactions, and the researchers have sought in their study to enhance the optical stimulation activity of titanium dioxide by introducing metal nanoparticles as electron stimulant Significant production.
The study represents great progress in the production of sustainable hydrogen led by Dr. Jordi Lorca and researcher Luis Soller, who used a chemical mechanical process to depose metal groups on nanoparticles of titanium dioxide in different patterns. The research team discovered that the crystal faces revealed by titanium dioxide play a decisive role in hydrogen production, affecting the stability of the optical catalyst and the power of electron transporting semiconductors and metal nanoparticles.
The search results offer a glimpse of promising capabilities to create new light stimuli that can produce clean and sustainable fuel in the form of green hydrogen, and the study represents a decisive step for the future in searching for alternative energy sources and contributes to continuous efforts in the field of renewable hydrogen production.