Fuel Cell X-Ray Study Details Effects of Temperature and Moisture on Performance

News   Nov 14, 2017 | Original Story by Glenn Roberts Jr. for Berkeley Lab.

 
Fuel Cell X-Ray Study Details Effects of Temperature and Moisture on Performance

3-D rendering, generated by an X-ray-based imaging technique at Berkeley Lab's Advanced Light Source, shows tiny pockets of water (blue) in a fibrous sample. The X-ray experiments showed how moisture and temperature can affect hydrogen fuel-cell performance. Credit: Berkeley Lab.

 
 
 

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