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This is the "engine" of the first modern fuel cell car.
"...How does it work?In essence, a fuel cell is an engine with no moving parts, but the technical definition is that the fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device. It converts hydrogen and oxygen particles into water, therefore also producing electricity. There are many types of fuel cells in use or being researched these days, but most of them use hydrogen and oxygen as the basic chemicals required for the conversion.A similar procedure takes place in an ordinary bat..." Continue Reading →
Photo credits: Daimler AG
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