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#127754 11/18/01 10:22 AM
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I'm trying my best to understand basic fuel cell technology. Hydrogen plus oxygen produces usable electrical energy. Using this specific example, where does the hydrogen come from? Are there hydrogen cartridges or units etc. installed in the fuel cell "unit"? See image. http://216.51.18.233/pics/plugpwr.jpg

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wolfdog,

Thanks for the link. It provided the information I was searching for.

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