Jenny Stanford Publishing
344 pages | 18 Color Illus. | 85 B/W Illus.
This book highlights the outstanding role of hydrogen in energy processes, where it is the most functional element due to its unique peculiarities that are highlighted and emphasized in the book. The first half of the book covers the great natural hydrogen processes in biology, chemistry, and physics, showing that hydrogen is a trend that can unite all natural sciences. The second half of the book is devoted to the technological hydrogen processes that are under research and development with the aim to create the infrastructure for hydrogen energetics. The book describes the main features of hydrogen that make it inalienable player in processes such as fusion, photosynthesis, and metabolism. It also covers the methods of hydrogen production and storage, highlighting at the same time the exclusive importance of nanotechnologies in those processes.
Unique Properties of Hydrogen
Hydrogen in Nuclear Fusion
Hydrogen in Metabolism: Oxidative Respiration
Hydrogen Production via Water Splitting under the Action of Light
Conventional Methods of Hydrogen Production
Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Production of Atomic Photochemical Hydrogen and Photoinjection of Hydrogen in Solids