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  • Synthetic catalyst mimics nature's 'hydrogen economy'

    Chemistry professor Thomas B. Rauchfuss, center, and graduate students Bryan Barton, left, and Matthew Whaley have co-written a paper that describes their work in creating a synthetic catalyst that acts like nature's 'hydrogen processor.'

    Chemistry professor Thomas B. Rauchfuss, center, and graduate students Bryan Barton, left, and Matthew Whaley have co-written a paper that describes their work in creating a synthetic catalyst that acts like nature's 'hydrogen processor.'

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  • Editor's note: To reach Thomas Rauchfuss, call 217-333-7355; e-mail: rauchfuz@illinois.edu.