Fuel Cell

In fuel cell mode hydrogen and oxygen (either pure or from surrounding air) are applied to the cell. The hydrogen splits to release its electrons to the external circuit and provide power to the load. The protons move across the membrane, attracted by the oxygen potential, and combine with the oxygen to form water at the opposite electrode surface.

PEM Fuel Cell Process

A PEM fuel cell consumes hydrogen and oxygen to produce power, water, and heat.

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