Compare and Contrast Preparea Venn diagram like the one shownbelow to show the similarities anddifferences between Hinduismand Buddhism.
SES194 Energy in Everyday Life Unit 3 Fuel Cells Another source of electrical energy from chemical energy is found in fuel cells. Fuel cells were ﬁrst developed in 1839 byWilliam Grove. -In the hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell, hydrogen is fed to one porous electrode and oxygen to the other.The electrodes are separated by an electrolytic material. -The hydrogen in the electrode is converted catalytically to hydrogen ions (protons), releasing electrons to run through an external electric circuit. -The electrons then combine with oxygen at the other end producing oxygen ions. -As the ions travel through the electrolyte, they meet and produce water. -The only outputs of fuel cells are water and electrical energy, which continues as long as hydrogen (or another fuel) and ox