Demonstrations of the three most common gas tests assessed at GCSE: carbon dioxide (limewater goes milky); oxygen (a glowing splint re-lights) and hydrogen (a lighted splint produces a ‘squeaky pop’). Video Rating: / 5
Watch more Science Basics videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/329142-How-to-Build-a-Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell Generating pollution-free electricity, the hydrogen fuel cell is a promising renewable energy technology. Watch it in action with this simple home-science project. Step 1: Make electrodes Cut the wire into two 6-inch pieces. Wind each piece tightly around a nail to form coils that will serve as electrodes. Leave
This should explain it for you. Watch “Who Killed The Electric Car?” We don’t need Hydrogen cars, batteries will work just fine for most people. Video Rating: / 5 More power in this video than the Duracell bunny! Well it will give you the power to grab loads of marks in the exam. I will
Robert Llewellyn discovers how hydrogen fuel cells actually work. LIKE Fully Charged on Facebook @ http://www.fb.me/FullyChargedShow Fully Charged Podcast on iTunes @ http://bit.ly/fullchargediTunes A huge thanks to James Courtney from the University of Birmingham, for taking the time to tell us about hydrogen fuel cells. Fully Charged is an online show hosted by Robert Llewellyn
Elon Musk speaks at a news conference after delivering a speech at the Automotive News World Congress in Detroit. He touches low Tesla sales in China and reiterate his doubts on hydrogen fuel cell and the highly anticipated Model 3. Overview: 00:00. Tesla sales 05:00. Model X update 10:20. Hydrogen fuel cell is dumb 15:00.
Need help? Ask me your questions here: http://vespr.org/videos/5130b7d29d53443c3bd593be Using an analogy to hormonal 16 year-old summer campers, we discuss the chemistry and physics of how fuel cells work. Video Rating: / 5