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H-TEC's fuel cell book, Fuel Cell Technology for Classroom Instruction provides a comprehensive introduction to solar hydrogen and fuel cell technology. Examples of experiments using solar cells, electrolysis and fuel cells convey the knowledge for forthcoming tests in an understandable manner. The preparation of classroom experiments is made considerably easier for the teacher thanks to the experiment work sheets. These contain the necessary information concerning the material, set-up and execution of the experiment, and questions for evaluation purposes. The training documents and student work sheets combine the basic knowledge, questions and answers, and are ideal for copying. A comprehensive glossary at the end of the book explains all the important technical terms.
Fuel Cell Technology for Classroom Instruction Consists of Three Parts:
First Part: Describes the basic principles of fuel cell technology.
Second Part: Experiments on solar cells, electrolysis and fuel cells are described in the second part. Examples of the values and results have been provides to illustrate the experiments. The calculations have been performed using example values to ensure everything is easy to understand.
Third Part: Consists of a large number of work sheets:
3.1 The handouts summarize the most important objectives for each respective topic.
3.2 The teacher work sheets consist of useful questions with the corresponding answers.
3.3 The student work sheets reiterate the questions contained in the teacher work sheets. The answers are not provided. These work sheets can be simply copied and handed out for quizzes.
3.4 The experiment work sheets for the basic level are working instructions on how to perform experiments. They contain instructions on the necessary experiment material, setup, procedure and questions for analysis. The experimental work sheets closely follow the experiments contained in part 2.
3.5 The experiment work sheets for the advanced level are arranged similarly to those in section 3.4, however, the experiments are somewhat more complex.
All handouts and teaching aids can be used as work sheets by copying or downloading them from internet.
Please note that this item is being discontinued and we only have 3 left in stock.
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