How is Hydrogen Made?
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Hydrogen must be separated (or split) from other elements since it does not exist as its own entity. Hydrogen atoms need to be split from water, biomass, and natural gas molecules. Common methods used to do this are through stream reforming and electrolysis (splitting from the H20). In recent year, experts have discovered even bacteria and algae produce hydrogen.
The least expensive way to produce hydrogen is through steam reforming. This method is used for over 95% of the hydrogen produced in the United States. A linking with global warming exists with the idea of methane as a fossil fuel being sifted into the air during its entire process.
Electrolysis is the process of splitting the hydrogen away from the water. The idea is the result of no emissions in the air. As newer technologies arise, more and more products are being built to utilize this process of electrolysis.