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Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology and Its Environmental Benefits Wendy Estela PACE university school of law November 29, 2001
What Is a “Fuel Cell?” Electrochemical energy conversion device Similar to a battery Proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell
How Does a Fuel Cell Work? Electrochemical reaction Anodic reaction H 2 2H + + 2e - Cathodic reaction 2H + + ½O 2 + 2e - H 2 O Excess water removed H 2 + ½o 2 h 2 o
Environmental Benefits Water is the only byproduct No “greenhouse” emissions Potential for “zero pollution” Minimal noise pollution
Compared to Internal Combustion Engine Efficiency –The Carnot cycle Maximum efficiency = (T 1 -T 2 ) / T 1 Environmental Effects from Internal Combustion Engine
Hydrogen: The Energy of the Future Why hydrogen? 80% of the universe is made up of hydrogen Environmental Benefits Economics (cost of oil production) Energy Security Supply
What Remains to Be Done? Building an infrastructure –Production –Distribution –Storage Safety considerations Regulation Successful marketing
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Fuel Cells and a Nanoscale Approach to Materials Design Chris Lucas Department of Physics Outline PEM fuel cells (issues) A nanoscale approach to materials.
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Current uses and facts. Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells were developed by General Electric in the 1960s Current Fuel Cells use Hydrogen gas and Oxygen.
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