Scientists solve a durability issue in fuel cells for hydrogen cars

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 - 11:10 in Physics & Chemistry

When a bicycle gets wet in the rain, the frame and chain become corroded or rusty, which shortens the life of the bike. Oil needs to be regularly applied to prevent this from happening. Battery cells are devices that create electrical energy through moving electrons by triggering oxidation and reduction reactions separately. But they also corrode when exposed to oxygen. Can these cells also be greased to prevent rusting?

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