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Artificial Photosynthesis: Hydrogen Fuel Generation via Transition Metal Complexes

Hometown: Foxboro, Massachusetts

Department: Chemistry

Advisor: William McNamara

Description: My honors thesis will focus on developing a photocatalytic system utilizing earth abundant materials for hydrogen fuel generation. I will use a robust attachment for a stable system. Hydrogen fuel generation is great because it can be combusted directly to harness energy or be combined with oxygen in a fuel cell to generate electricity. This method is called Artificial Photosynthesis and one of the most green and efficient fuel generation methods. Thank you for your support.

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