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Lab Researchers Evaluate Path Toward Artificial Photosynthesis

Artificial photosynthesis is a promising technology for turning sunlight into low-carbon fuels, but electrochemical systems typically yield product mixtures that must be separated, increasing both system and process complexity as well as energy requirements. Jeffery Greenblatt (left) of the Energy Technologies Area and co-authors from the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis discuss these issues — and more — in a study recently published in Joule.

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