The Fuel Cell: electricity from gas-direct by F. T. Bacon
The achievement of British scientists and technologists in producing electrical power directly from hydrogen and oxygen has received wide publicity during past weeks. Now the engineer whose dreams of some twenty years have taken shape explains why technologists should be excited about this advance. Mr. Bacon has recently returned from the United States where he has been studying American work in the same field.
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' Mateo Falcone ' by Merimee
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