Fuel Cells | National Geographic

Fuel Cells | National Geographic

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Fuel Cells | National Geographic

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In this video, we learn how fuel cells generate electricity, looking specifically at the hydrogen fuel cell. We then compare the advantages of hydrogen fuel cells compared with rechargeable batteries.

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  4. Play T0e if we used nuclear power (no CO2 excpet for the mining and consturction) we could have abundant amounts of power that could creat the hydrogen however we need somewhere to sotre the waste

  5. that has nothing to do with hydrogen fuel cells.
    you said "if hydrogen becomes a major source of fuel then water will be more scarce" which is wrong as any hydrogen produced turns back to water when its burnt

  6. 'fresh water' are depleting.
    thats one of the effect of global warming with the ice caps and shit melting and they have something percent of all earth fresh water, i dont know from top of my head but its a great amount.
    and also from pollution, ya it is.
    thats why the oil sands are so controversial because it takes more fresh water than the amount of oil it pump.

  7. you can get hydrogen from salt water…..and were not running out of fresh water

    its constantly being renewed, so generally we always have the same amount….its just a matter of how much we use

  8. HHO is the same as H2O ….only it would be written HOH

    i dunno if your joking, mistyped ….or your dumb…..but im assuming you mistyped…..twice :/

  9. Is hydrogen splitting in negative electrode and combining with oxygen in positive electrode to form water. Is this whole thing done to make water? I have never studied this please help I am confused.

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