Use of Solar-Powered Electrochemical Reaction

The electrochemical process used by engineers to produce ammonia from nitrates has a high solar-to-fuel efficiency. In addition to using wastewater to produce ammonia, the second most produced chemical in the world, engineers have developed a solar-powered electrochemical reaction that is 10 times more efficient at converting sunlight into fuel than any other comparable technology. The agricultural and energy sectors in developed and developing countries, as well as attempts to minimise greenhouse gases from fossil fuels, could be significantly impacted by this technology and our method, which has the potential to enable on-demand fertiliser synthesis.

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