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Solar Hydrogen and Hydrogen Fuel Cell

lower secondary education, higher secondary education

V1Electrolysis of water with electricity generated from solar cells, separated collection of hydrogen and oxygen in the holes of a perforated and platinated nickel foil and their "gentle" reaction back to water (model of a hydrogen fuel cell)

Technical Contents: Electrolysis and synthesis of water, chemical equations with energy yields, hydrogen as energy source, conversions of energy: light → elektric energy → chemical energy (that is stored) → electrical energy → mechanical work (the function of a solar cell here still a „black box“)

Scope: water, hydrogen, solar hydrogen technology (lower secondary education)

Referenzen

2014
Michael W. Tausch; M. von Wachtendonk; Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; Simone Krees
 
CHEMIE 2000+ Qualifikationsphase
 
Herausgeber: C.C.Buchner, Bamberg
2010
Michael W. Tausch; Magdalene von Wachtendonk; Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; A. Domrose; S. Krees; P. Krollmann; L. Remus; J. Wambach-Laicher
 
CHEMIE 2000+ NRW Gesamtband Sek. I
 
Herausgeber: C.C.Buchner, Bamberg
2007

Michael W. Tausch; Magdalene von Wachtendonk; Claudia Bohrmann-Linde; P. Krollmann; W. Schmitz; J. Wambach
CHEMIE 2000+ Gesamtband mit Kompendium für das Abitur
Herausgeber: C.C.Buchner, Bamberg

1996
Michael W. Tausch; M. von Wachtendonk; H.-R. Porth; I. Schulze; H. Wambach
 
STOFF-FORMEL-UMWELT, CHEMIE S I
 
Herausgeber: C. C. Buchner, Bamberg