MIT Scientists Create Artificial Leaf

Artificial Leaf
Artificial Leaf
Artificial Leaf

MIT scientists have successfully developed an artificial leaf that is capable of reproducing photosynthesis. The leaf splits water into hydrogen and oxygen and converts the molecules into electricity. One leaf placed in a gallon of water can run a house’s electricity for a day. Read the full article at

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