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fuel cell

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Electrical, Mechanical
fuel cellˈfuel cell noun [countable]  a piece of equipment that combines two different elements, such as oxygen and hydrogen, to produce electricity in order to supply power to a vehicle or machine
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fuel cellThe newly-developed fuel cell will be powered by hydrogen, extracted from water.It is based on fuel cell technology, which, like conventional batteries, uses electrochemical reactions to generate power.The fuel cell car is a totally different vehicle.
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