AN 136 DETERMINING HIDROGEN ADS 2020
Using the ASAP 2020 for Determining the Hydrogen Adsorption Capacity of Powders and Porous Materials
Fuel cells were first conceived in 1838 by Swiss scientist Christian Schönbein; the first fuel cell was developed by Welsh scientist Sir Willian Grove in 1843. The first practical applications of fuel cells came in the 1960s for the U. S. space program. Both energy and water could be generated from two widely available fuels — hydrogen and water. Ongoing environmental concerns and energy research have fueled renewed interest in hydrogen generation and hydrogen storage as technologies required for clean, portable energy.