Panasonic says it has actually created a synthetic photosynthesis system that can easily transform co2 into organic fuels, and can do so as successfully as plants. The system develops energy by passing direct sunlight or concentrated light with a nitride semiconductor photoelectrode, and then utilizes this energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into formic acid. The system could appear sloppy with a price of just 0.2 percent, but it’s the most efficient system of its kind up until now, according to Panasonic. Previous attempts to produce a comparable system had a minimal efficiency due to their complicated frameworks.
Although formic acid is corrosive and generally poisonous to humans, it has several uses. The company says that the formic acid produced could possibly …
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