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Hydrogen is powered through fuel cells. The hydrogen is stimulated by the electrode anode and transforms into ions. The hydrogen ions pass through electrolyte membranes, where they are combined with electrons and oxygen ... More »

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Hydrogen fuel cell kits are devices that generate electricity by splitting hydrogen into positively and negatively charged particles to power a circuit. This process creates by-products of water and heat, making it envir... More »

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The disadvantages of using hydrogen as a fuel are that some of its production relies on non-renewable resources, and it is highly flammable. There also needs to be a larger quantity of hydrogen used to fuel a vehicle whe... More »

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Methane is utilized as fuel and in chemical reactions to produce commercially used chemicals such as carbon tetrachloride, carbon black and as a source of hydrogen. Methane reacts at high temperatures with steam to yield... More »

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A candle consists of a fuel source, typically some sort of wax, and an absorbent twine that serves as a wick. Once the wick is lit using a heat source, the wax vaporizes and mixes with oxygen to form a constant flame tha... More »

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According to the Agonist Learning Center, wind energy is stored by compressed air energy storage, and by using batteries and hydrogen fuel cells. Storing wind energy that is generated when the wind is strong and utilizin... More »

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Polymer (or proton) electrolyte membrane (PEM) fuel cells are used in vehicles to create electricity by combining a hydrogen fuel source and oxygen in the air. These fuel cells' only waste product is water. More »

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