Erhaps even more attractive is the idea to use the sun's heat for splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen and storing them in two separate vessels. The high temperature produced by recombining oxygen and hydrogen is known to be the most intense heat available to mankind. Moreover, one could use the hydrogen for lighting, and inexpensively produced oxygen would also close a longstanding gap. But how can one use the sun's energy to split water? In my opinion, thermopiles, which have already accomplished excellent performance, could solve this problem ...q--The Back Cover.Among these apps are helpful tools to guide you through unknown territories of the world (Google Earth) or to ... They simply upload their apps programs to Apple, who hosts them online for owners of the iPhone to download. ... While writing this book, Apple introduced its iPad, a tablet-computer which combines a cellular phone and laptop with a large touch screen ... 2010 and is priced from US$ 499 for WiFi-only editions with the least storage capacity to US$ 829 for 3G connectivity.
|Title||:||The Hydrogen Society|
|Author||:||Arno A. Evers|
|Publisher||:||Hydrogeit Verlag - 2010|