What most people know about electrochemistry probably begins and ends with the “cold fusion” tabletop experiment from the 1980s that promised virtually unlimited free energy before being roundly dismissed. After that, electrochemistry, which uses an electrical current passed through a compound to produce a chemical reaction, has had limited scope in practice.
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Volume 63, Issue 3, May-June 2020
News and Analysis from the Global Innovation Scene