Olivine could provide a hydrogen source for clean energy

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Tuesday, 17 December 2013

French study reveals new applications for steel-industry mineral

Olivine could be used to produce hydrogen gas at industrial scale, French scientists said at the American Geophysical Union annual Fall Meeting in San Francisco, US, last week.

By squeezing olivine mineral in the presence of water and alumina, sourced from ruby, at a pressure of about 2,000 atmospheres and...

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