Experimental and theoretical investigation of gas purity in alkaline water electrolysis

Philipp Haug
Nowadays hydrogen, which is required in huge quantities for many important industrial processes such as ammonia synthesis, is still being produced through inexpensive, but greenhouse gas emitting processes like steam reforming and coal gasification. In the course of the energy turnaround hydrogen is often seen as the fuel of the future. Within the framework of the power-to-gas concept (PtG), particularly water electrolysis is often discussed as the key technology for future synthesis of hydrogen. Alkaline...
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