Fuel Cell

A fuel cell is primarily an electrochemical system that generates electricity by converting chemical energy into electrical energy. The fuel cell can be thought of as a highly efficient next generation micro power system for a variety of applications. Several challenges to the widespread implementation of fuel cell technology are encountered, although novel inexpensive and long-lasting electrocatalyst materials are becoming major factors in design and development. Recent advances in the application of nanostructured carbon-based materials have suggested the possibility of using carbon nanotubes as novel electrocatalyst supports.

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Brain Blaster

Brain Blaster

Have you ever been envious of people who seem to have no end of clever ideas, who are able to think quickly in any situation, or who seem to have flawless memories? Could it be that they're just born smarter or quicker than the rest of us? Or are there some secrets that they might know that we don't?

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