Water molecules can be split to produce hydrogen–a clean fuel–by leveraging solar energy and materials that can convert it into electricity. In a new study, scientists from the Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan, reveal that creating a textured surface greatly enhances the energy conversion performance of one such material, opening the door to making solar-to-hydrogen conversion technology a reality.
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