H2 concentration control

Due to the Nernst equation, which dictates that a certain potential difference corresponds to a certain concentration difference, a constant hydrogen concentration can be achieved in a (closed) reactor system. For example in biochemistry where organisms produce hydrogen out of organic material, but stop producing hydrogen upon achieving a certain concentration. Proton Technologies constant concentration system could supply the solution in maintaining a constant low concentration of hydrogen, without filtering out any other gas.

Possible applications:

  • Bio H2 reactor
  • (De)Hydrogenation reactors