* Adding aluminium speeds hydrogen production from rocks * Scaled up, could herald wider use of clean-burning fuel By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle OSLO, Dec 8 (Reuters) - Scientists have produced hydrogen by accelerating a natural process found in rocks deep below the Earth's surface, a short-cut that may herald the wider use of what is a clean fuel, a study showed on Sunday. Used in rockets and in battery-like fuel ...
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