Water Transport Within A Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell: Why It Is So Important And How It Can Be Modeled
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Alessandro Ferrara is an Italian philosopher, currently Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Rome Tor Vergata and former President of the Italian Association for Political Philosophy. He is also the founder and Director of the Colloquium Philosophy & Society in Rome and the Director of the Center for the Study of Religions and Political Institutions in Post-Secular Society at the University of Rome Tor Vergata.

                       

Water Transport Within A Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cell: Why It Is So Important And How It Can Be Modeled

Scientists typically refer to the rise in global average temperature and the associated effects on Earth’s climate with the term “climate change.” Lately, it is becoming clear to everyone that the cause of climate change is the ever-growing energy demand to power humans' modern lives. As a matter of fact, conventional power generation systems burn fossil fuels to produce energy, with the consequent release of a large amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. This extra amount of heat-trapping gases...

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