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Peng Zhou uses a large lens to concentrate sunlight onto the water-splitting catalyst. Outdoors, the device was ten times more efficient than previous efforts at solar water splitting. Photo: Brenda Ahearn/Michigan Engineering, Communications and Marketing

Peng Zhou uses a large lens to concentrate sunlight onto the water-splitting catalyst. Outdoors, the device was ten times more efficient than previous efforts at solar water splitting. Photo: Brenda Ahearn/Michigan Engineering, Communications and Marketing

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