Therefore, fuel cells can produce electricity with greater efficiency. Conceptually, a fuel cell consists of an anode, a cathode and an intervening barrier, the electrolyte. At the anode, the fuel with the formation of water is oxidized (surplus of electrons), oxygen from the air is ionized at the cathode (electron deficient). The two electrodes are now connected with a conductor, current between the electrodes comparable flows as in a battery. A fuel cell can be operated however continuously, fuel and air is led to constantly the respective electrodes. The eZelleron GmbH: The eZelleron GmbH, headquartered in Dresden, Germany is an innovative company with the Aimed at revolutionizing the portable power supply. The ever-increasing requirements for mobile energy storage can be covered only limited by battery systems and batteries. There as many people to the advantages of fuel cell can benefit and so get the freedom anywhere, anytime mobile to be able to use electronic devices.
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