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This in-class exercise will allow students hands-on experience working with a Direct Methanol fuel cell. The class will examine the characteristic curve of one of these fuel cells and measure the voltage and current...
This reference sheet provides an introduction to Direct Methanol fuel cells. The technology behind these fuel cells is discussed as well as the chemistry involved. This document also includes some details on portable...
This presentation from Sami Mardini introduces some of the basic concepts related to fuel cell technology. The content outlines how a fuel cell works, the potential applications of fuel cell power and the future...
This guide was developed by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project. It includes student materials on hydrogen as a fuel. The basic chemical properties of hydrogen are outlined along with fuel cell...
This guide was developed by the National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project. It includes information and hands-on activities to teach students about hydrogen as a fuel. Materials are included for both...
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