Scientists at the National University of Singapore are testing a device that has the potential to produce ethylene gas using a process similar to natural photosynthesis. The process works at room temperature and only requires sunlight, water and carbon dioxide.
New device could create ethylene with sunlight, water, carbon dioxide
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