Producing clean fuel with solar power and chemical reactions

Researchers at Arizona State University have published a paper that details how to use light-gathering semiconductors and catalytic materials to produce clean fuels that one day may replace fossil fuels. Hear more about the research from Brian Wadsworth, the lead author of the paper.

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Brian Wadsworth, the lead author of the paper

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Jane Austen's last work brought to life in 'Sanditon'

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