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Chemical Energy

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David Wojciechowski

on 28 May 2013

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Chemical Energy What Is Chemical Energy/Fuel Cell? Implementation Examples How Does It Work Cost/Efficiencies Pros/Cons Citation Page Current Use The energy released when a chemical compound reacts to produce a new compound.
Fuel cells are a device that produces electricity chemically by combining hydrogen fuel with oxygen from the air. There are a few ways that fuel cells are being used today. Fuel Cells are being used in hospitals, schools, office buildings, nursing homes, hotels, and power plants. Fuel cells combine hydrogen and oxygen
into electrical energy, and then after the reaction, water is the only byproduct of the reaction. Works Cited
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"Solid Oxide Fuel Cells." Explained. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 May 2013. There are many positive and negative things about fuel cells. For example, fuel cells do not create pollution when they are used. Fuel cells are also more efficient than internal combustion engines are. However, fuel cells seem great, we cant forget the negative things about them. They cost a lot of money to install. Also there are not any refueling stations open to public use to refuel. Fuel cells are used for powering the police cars at Wayne State. As well as, many different kinds of businesses across the country. They are also being used in Manhattan to generate electricity. Fuel cells are very expensive. Most devices are inefficient. The price can range from $105 to $4,000 or more depending on how many kilowatts the fuel cell produces. BK W
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