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View Resource H2 Educate Teacher Guide

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 intermediate (middle) and secondary grade levels. Correlations to National Science Education Standards are included along with a number of classroom activities on hydrogen and student...

View Resource Fuel Cells Presentation

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 cells, PEM fuel cells, hydrogen storage and more. The presentation includes fifty slides, many of which include graphics to support the text. This presentation would be a good general...

View Resource Fuel Cell Technology: An Alternative Energy System For the Future

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. Students will define a fuel cell and its purpose, label the parts of a fuel cell, describe the process of how a fuel cell operates, define fuel cell technology and chemical...

View Resource H2 Educate Student Guide

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 technology. Several student worksheets are included along with a series of classroom activities on electrochemistry, electrolysis and fuel cells. This document may be downloaded in...

View Resource Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

This reference sheet provides some basic information on solid oxide fuel cells. This document includes information on the basic operation of these fuel cells and some useful graphics. This document would probably be more useful for students who already have a basic understanding of fuel cells. This document may be downloaded in PDF file format.

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