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View Resource Hydrogen Fuel Classroom Activity

This activity page introduces hydrogen and facts on how it is used as an automobile power source. In this lesson, students will participate in a hands-on activity in generating hydrogen. The classroom activity involves generating hydrogen gas by splitting water in an electrolysis process. Step by step directions are provided for the experiment. This lesson plan is intended for grades 9-12 but may...

View Resource Hydrogen as Fuel Teacher's Guide

This classroom unit introduces the concept of hydrogen as a fuel source. The material may be used in part or in full, and should take anywhere from 1-4 class periods to complete. Students will learn to recognize the properties of hydrogen, learn how hydrogen is made and explore how vehicles store hydrogen. Basic scientific principles taught include atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonds,...

View Resource Producing H2 From Methanol and Natural Gas

This reference sheet provides some information on the process of producing hydrogen from methanol and natural gas. The chemistry involved is described. This document may be useful in support of curriculum on hydrogen as a fuel source or fuel cell technology. This document may be downloaded in PDF file format.

View Resource Hydrogen Storage Presentation

This presentation looks at the topic of storing hydrogen for use as fuel. Compressed, liquid and other storage methods are examined. This presentation includes useful graphics to help your students understand the various methods of storing and using hydrogen. This presentation may be downloaded in Microsoft PowerPoint file format.

View Resource An Introduction to Fuel Cells and Nanotechnology: Potential & Challenges

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 potential of using fuel cells. The presentation also touches on some basic nanotechnology concepts. This document may be downloaded in PDF file format.

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