Energy Sources & Systems: Fuel Cells
This PowerPoint presentation, from Dr. Darwin Boyd's Sustainable Energy I course at Kent State University, introduces college students to the history, chemistry, and use of fuel cells. The slides cover the five major types of fuel cells, polymer electrolyte membrane (PEM), alkaline (AFC), phosphoric acid (PAFC), molten carbonate (MCFC), and solid oxide (SOFC), as well as the advantages and disadvantages of fuel cell technology. Many of the slides include presenter notes.
Perhaps the best way to describe Open Culture is to list what?s available: 1,100 free online courses, 700 free movies, 550 free audio books, 700 free eBooks, 1...
This site, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, contains a research article titled "A Focus of Deer Tick Virus Transmission in the Northcentral...
This article by Robin McKie from Guardian Unlimited discusses a scientific debate surrounding the question of whether "a Western lifestyle now protects...
The Zooniverse provides an extraordinarily popular venue for citizen science projects. To explore what?s on offer, readers may click on projects, then select e...
Serendip Studio is ?a digital ecosystem, fueled by serendipity.? Organized around seven broad categories - playground, brain & behavior, complex systems, bio...
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