09
December
2019
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13:18
Europe/Amsterdam

'Humidity digester' keeps rooms feeling cool at zero energy cost

A team of researchers from NUS developed a hydrogel which, when combined with some chemicals and a thin carbon mesh, can absorb water vapour from the air and break it down into hydrogen and oxygen molecules, lowering the humidity in a room http://news.nus.edu.sg/news-reports/nus-researchers-invent-humidity-digester-keep-rooms-feeling-cool-zero-energy-cost