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Searched for: LC Classification is Technology -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering -- Electrical engineering. Electronics. Nuclear engineering -- Devices for production of electricity by direct energy conversion -- Production of electricity directly from chemical action -- Special apparatus -- Fuel cells
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This presentation from Thomas G. Benjamin and J. David Carter of Argonne National Laboratory introduces the topic of fuel cells. The presentation examines the history and basic operation of fuel cells, types of fuel...
This classroom unit will help students learn the basic concepts related to fuel cell technology. It may be suitable for grades 6-12, depending on which portions of the material you choose to implement in your classroom....
This guide will help educators looking to incorporate materials on fuel cell technology into the high school technology education classroom. These materials cover the history of fuel cells, types of fuel cells and the...
This in-class exercise will allow students hands-on experience working with a proton exchange membrane fuel cell, or PEMFC. The class will examine the characteristic curve of one of these fuel cells and measure the...
This in-class lab exercise allows classes the chance to design a direct methanol fuel cell (or DMFC) from a set of provided materials. Step by step instructions are provided for building the fuel cell. This lab will...
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