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Wet Cells, Dry Cells, Fuel Cells
How the Various Electrochemical Cells Work

Year

2004

Producer

Classroom Video

Country of Origin

Australia

Duration

00:33:00

Product Code

CLV04019000

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This program is a comprehensive exploration of electrochemical cells. Topics include: Redox: is a transfer of electrons; Wet Cell: an electrochemical cell is a device that produces electricity by chemical reaction; Dry Cell: various types of dry cell; Secondary Cells: can be recharged; Fuel Cell: work started in 1830s with coal gas and air after which NASA used Hydrogen and Oxygen; Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell: used to power cars with hydrogen; Solid Oxide Fuel Cell: has ceramic electrolyte and hydrocarbon fuel operating at high temperature so co-generation is needed for efficiency; Alcohol Fuel Cells; Semi Fuel Cells; Efficiency of fuel cells; The Hydrogen Age, and storage and safety.

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Production Year
2004

Duration
00:33:00

Producer
Classroom Video

Country Of Origin
Australia

Level
Junior Secondary to Senior Secondary

Product Code
CLV04019000