Australian scientists have discovered an Enzyme called Huc that can convert air into electricity by utilizing the low amounts of hydrogen in the atmosphere. The enzyme, produced by bacteria, has the ability to make electricity from thin air, making it a potential clean and sustainable energy source. The research team from Monash University discovered the enzyme's function and its ability to consume hydrogen gas below atmospheric levels. This finding opens up possibilities for creating devices that can generate electricity from air or added hydrogen. The enzyme also has potential applications in industrial chemical synthesis and as a sensor for hydrogen.
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