Hydrogen Gas

Some articles on hydrogen gas, hydrogen, gas:

Lye - Safety - Hazardous Reactions
... of aluminium and sodium hydroxide results in a large production of hydrogen gas 2Al(s) + 6NaOH(aq) → 3H2(g) + 2Na3AlO3(aq) ... Hydrogen gas is flammable mixing lye (sodium hydroxide) and aluminium in a closed container is therefore dangerous ... zinc (galvanized), tin, chromium, brass, and bronze to produce hydrogen gas and is therefore dangerous ...
Hydrogen-cooled Turbo Generator
... Based on the air-cooled turbo generator, gaseous hydrogen went into service as a coolant in the rotor and sometimes the stator of hydrogen-cooled turbo generators in 1937 at Dayton, Ohio ... The hydrogen can be manufactured on-site by electrolysis ... The generator is hermetically sealed to prevent escape of the hydrogen gas ...
Types of Fuel Cells; Design - High Temperature Fuel Cells - SOFC
... and can be run on a variety of fuels including natural gas ... fuel cell) instead of positively charged hydrogen ions travelling from the anode to the cathode, as is the case in all other types of fuel cells ... Oxygen gas is fed through the cathode, where it reacts with electrons to create oxygen ions ...
Standard Hydrogen Electrode
... The standard hydrogen electrode (abbreviated SHE), is a redox electrode which forms the basis of the thermodynamic scale of oxidation-reduction potentials ... a basis for comparison with all other electrode reactions, hydrogen's standard electrode potential (E0) is declared to be zero at all temperatures ... of any other electrodes are compared with that of the standard hydrogen electrode at the same temperature ...
Renewable Fuels - Hydrogen Fuel
... Hydrogen fuel refers to the use of hydrogen gas (H2) as an energy carrier ... Broadly speaking, the production of renewable hydrogen fuel can be divided into two general categories biologically derived production, and chemical production ... The biological production of hydrogen fuel has been a topic of research since at least the 1970s ...

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