Researchers at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology in Australia have developed solar paint containing a moisture-absorbing compound that also is able to split water into oxygen and hydrogen. If water vapor is in the air, then any surface painted with this product can produce hydrogen fuel, researchers said, regardless of the location or climate.
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