Able to be improved, or modified, in the operator’s field of work (laboratories, warehouses etc.).
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A flow battery is a rechargeable electrochemical device in which electrolytes containing electroactive elements flow through a cell membrane that converts chemical energy into electricity.
A device that converts the chemical energy from hydrogen into electricity through an electrochemical reaction. An oxidant such as oxygen is also required, and fuel cells can produce electricity continuously for as long as these inputs are supplied.
When a hydrogen-rich fuel (i.e. clean natural gas or renewable biogas) enters the a cell stack it reacts electrochemically with oxygen (i.e. ambient air) to produce electric current, heat and water.
A fuel cell test offers the ability to automatically test, control, and monitor the performance of fuel cells and stacks.
An electric drive vehicle that uses a fuel cell as the source of the electrical energy. Like all electric vehicles, FCV’s are zero emission vehicles (ZEV), emitting only water vapor and heat.
A fuel, that under standard temperature and pressure, is gaseous in nature. The hydrogen (H2) produced by Proton OnSite hydrogen gas generators can be used as a fuel gas for fuel cell applications.
To provide a source of energy to a device or vehicle. To supply a device or vehicle with fuel.
A design by which an operator is not required. A fully-automated design controls (automates) itself through a network of sensors and programs which regulate speed, temperature, solution, or gas levels, etc.
Gas chromatography is a technique used to separate and analyze compounds that can be vaporized without being decomposed. The stationary phase is coated along the outside of a column in which a carrier gas causes the compound to separate (elute) at different rates. This difference in separation time is known as retention time. Hydrogen gas can be used as a mobile phase, replacing helium's high cost and dwindling supply.