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Faster detection of photocatalyst-generated oxygen has big implications for clean energy

Currently, the majority of energy consumed by the world’s population is derived from oil and other non-renewable resources which are in danger of running out in the near future. Consequently the development of artificial photosynthesis methods using photocatalysts to produce chemical energy (hydrogen fuel) from sunlight and water has received much attention and various research projects are being conducted in this area.

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