By Mark StempleRead moreThe beta hydrolysis is a way of converting CO2 to hydrogen that is needed to generate electricity.
Beta hydrolysts can be used to make a lot of different products including batteries, medical equipment, fuel, fertilisers and biofuels.
Beta-hydroxy acids have a lower boiling point than water, making them a good source of hydrogen.
Beta hydroxy acids are used to manufacture some chemicals such as plastics and polymers, but there is also potential for them to be used as a fuel.
The beta-hydroxylase process is similar to the process used to convert water to oxygen, but the process takes place at very high temperatures.
The technology is being used to create a new energy source, called hydrogen-based fuels, that is more than 50 times more efficient than the cheapest alternative.
The fuel is also cleaner than coal, which is a primary fuel for the US and other developed countries.
The fuel is produced by using a process known as electrocatalysis, where a catalyst is heated to thousands of degrees Celsius and a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen is converted to electricity.
This process has been around for more than 30 years, and is also used in many other products including computers, medical devices and solar panels.
There are many different kinds of beta hydroylases and the process is quite flexible.
It can be developed in a variety of ways.
One approach is to convert a liquid to gas, where the liquid is turned into a solid by electrocatalysing a liquid and then a gas.
Another is to turn a gas into an electrically charged solid, where electrons are created in the reaction.
The researchers at the University of Tokyo are working on a process to turn hydrogen into beta hydrochloric acid, a molecule that has a similar chemical structure to beta-Hydroxy acid.
The researchers are using a method known as hydrolyzing to convert the hydrolyzed solution into hydrogen.
The process uses a catalyst which has been heated to temperatures of up to 1,000 degrees Celsius.
This process is called the beta hydrolysation.
A catalyst is a substance which can convert a gas to a solid.
The catalyst can be either a liquid or a gas, and it can also be an anionic or anionic group.
In aqueous solutions, the catalyst is typically an anhydrous liquid, such as water, and in aqueously solidified solutions, such the water solution.
Beta hydrolytic acids can also form in a process called hydrolyzerization.
The team is using a technique known as the electrocatalytic hydrolyzation to convert an anion to a base or a hydroxyl group, which forms an anions.
The hydrolyze reaction is a fairly simple one, but a little more complicated than hydrolyzers.
The reaction takes place in a very high-temperature liquid.
A catalyst is used to separate the hydrolysated solution into a large amount of aqueos.
The anion and base are separated by electrostatic charges.
This means that an electron from the anion gets transferred to the base.
Electrostatic charges are not enough to do this, however, so a hydrogen atom is placed on the anions surface.
A hydrogen atom will bind to a hydrogen ion, which gives the anionic side a charge.
The anion is then left exposed, where it is heated, until it can be split into a smaller amount of anion.
The hydrogen atom then joins the hydrogen ion with a hydrogen bond and hydrogen is created.
Beta-Hydroxylases are relatively cheap and have been around since the late 1990s.
They are used widely in food, pharmaceuticals and in many medical devices.
There are currently around 100,000 beta- hydrolysates produced each year.
The scientists say the process can be adapted for making other fuels, which could include biodiesel, biodiesel fuel or biofuel.
Beta hydrogen can be made from plant material, such a sugar cane, sugar beet or rice, and the resulting fuel can be sold to the consumer as a food additive.
The team are now working on refining their process to produce a biofuel that can be added to food products, such in energy bars.
It could be possible to make biofuelle from algae and other plants, which can be harvested and used in biofuel production.
This article originally appeared on the BBC News website.