Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe and leads to our greatest source of energy production, familiar to us all – the sun. Hydrogen itself is 75% of the mass of the universe SD, obviously not all that is on earth.
But how can we use hydrogen as a fuel? Hydrogen, unlike fossil fuels, is an explosive gas. When combining the explosive reaction with oxygen, producing only one element. In other words, there is no release of toxic. For more information, you can search for solar to fuel and hydrogen production from solar energy.
There are a number of possibilities, such as the production of hydrogen from bio-products such as manure and waste, the production of hydrogen from water, and others.
Some researchers in Australia are looking for radically new ways to use catalysts (substances that promote chemical reactions with its own properties) – titanium dioxide – to help to separate the hydrogen and oxygen in the water to produce pure hydrogen gas. This hydrogen is then used for fuel cells and electric energy.
This is one method that is being considered at this time, but it is a step towards the exploration of the factors involved in the production of hydrogen that is effective for both our overall well being.