12 October 2022
In the fifth and final episode of his podcast series, Morteza Hadian (TU/e) hosts ARC CBBC PhD candidate Suzan Schoemaker from Utrecht University. Methane is often used to produce hydrogen, but the traditional ways of doing this result in CO2 emission. They explore how, instead of CO2, useful carbon materials can be produced when making hydrogen from methane. They also discover how their projects, in fact, rely on each other.
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