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The hydrogen atoms, carrying a positive charge, are then free to flow through it.
This alkalinity is measured by pH, technically hydrogen potential, and the higher the number, the more alkaline.
Then she is driven by chauffeur in a Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell car to Engie’s headquarters in La Défense, the business district just west of the city.
California currently has just 350,000 such cars on the road, including electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
The craft's gamma-ray spectrometer found telltale hydrogen, which indicated Mars had enormous amounts of ice.
Hyundai revealed Nexo, a hydrogen fuel cell SUV that gets 370 miles and can fill up in just five minutes.
The issue of finding a hydrogen station remains, however, as the supporting infrastructure is severely limited.
Their focus has instead been on developing cars that extract energy from onboard hydrogen fuel cells.
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hydrogenousplay \hī-ˈdräj-ə-nəs\ adjective
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