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Offline ICuriousJ

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I want to perform high pressure hydrolysis of water (300-600 bar) . The purpose of the hydrolysis is to store energy in the form of the hydrogen and pressurized gas.


Offline CliffordK

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I'm seeing notes on High pressure Electrolysis

You would need a vessel capable of withstanding your intended pressures, that you could load with the anode, cathode, and some kind of a Proton Exchange Membrane.

The design would probably include two vessels with the proton exchange membrane between them so that you can keep your oxygen and hydrogen separate.

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