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Can the fuel cell be charged?

Can the fuel cell be charged?

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Fuel cells can not be charged. Fuel cells are called batteries because it is the chemical energy of fuels can be directly converted into electricity, no fuel combustion process.
May 9, 2017
There is no need for chemical energy - mechanical energy - the conversion process of energy, without the need to follow the Carnot cycle limit, clean and efficient. In practical applications, fuel and oxidants are continuously supplied.
May 9, 2017
A continuous current can be formed in the external load, and there is no charge-discharge cycle of the secondary battery (rechargeable battery). At this point, the fuel cell is more like a power generating device to provide a continuously stable current.
May 9, 2017

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