Employing Water-Splitting Techniques to Develop New Batteries

Recently, researchers developed nanoscale hydrogen batteries using water-splitting technology. Researchers from MITs department of materials science and engineering and MIT Lincoln Laboratory conducted this research. These batteries will deliver faster charging, longer life, and reduce wastage of energy. Moreover, these batteries are likely to adapt physically to unique structural needs and are easy to fabricate at room temperature. At present, water-splitting methods are in use to produce hydrogen for large-scale