New tricks for an old power source (fuel cells)


The results of a successful Japanese effort to make fuel cells commercially viable are discussed. The three main types of fuel cell being applied to or developed for terrestrial electric-power applications are distinguished chiefly by their electrolytes: phosphoric acid; a mixture of molten lithium, sodium, and potassium carbonate; or solid zirconium oxide… (More)

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@article{Itoh1990NewTF, title={New tricks for an old power source (fuel cells)}, author={Noriaki Itoh}, journal={IEEE Spectrum}, year={1990}, volume={27}, pages={40-43} }