Large hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell consisting of seve

Made:
1965-1979

Large hydrogen-oxygen fuel cell consisting of seven plates which have been 'exploded' to show the inner structure: 1) diaphragm of nickel-plated copper; 2) high-density polyethylene mesh; 3) electrode of microporous PVC silver plated and coated with supported platinum catalyst; 4) poly methyl meth acrylate alkaline electrolyte six normal potassium hydroxide; 5) electrode of microporous PVC silver plated and coated with supported platinum catalyst; 6) high-density polyethylene mesh; 7) outer current collector

Details

Category:
Electricity and Magnetism
Object Number:
1996-246
credit:
Science Museum. Circulation Dept.

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