Hydrazine-Air Fuel Cells

@article{Evans1967HydrazineAirFC,
  title={Hydrazine-Air Fuel Cells},
  author={George E. Evans and Karl V. Kordesch},
  journal={Science},
  year={1967},
  volume={158},
  pages={1148 - 1152}
}
A fuel cell is an electrochemical device that continues to generate electrical power as long as reactants are supplied and products are removed at properly controlled rates. An assembly of cells is required within which the conversion of chemical to electrical energy occurs; also required is a set of auxiliary components to supply the reactants and remove the products (including waste heat) under controlled steady-state conditions. In addition to the desired energy-conversion reactions, there… 

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