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Knowing that hydrogen is part of the make-up of water (the H in H20),couldn't a car engine be designed that uses water and extracts the hydrogen just prior to its injection in the engine(for safety) so that the engine would only require a tank of water and would store no hydrogen knowing how volatile it is,and the engine would most likely produce much less harmful exhaust emmisions. Could this be done?
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