Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Advances In Hydrogen Generation Technologies

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Murat Eyvaz
Murat Eyvaz

Gebze Technical University,
Turkey

Published22 August 2018

Doi10.5772/intechopen.71918

ISBN978-1-78923-535-7

Print ISBN978-1-78923-534-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83881-629-2

Copyright year2018

Number of pages134

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1. Hydrogen Generation by Water Electrolysis

By Youssef Naimi and Amal Antar

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2. Hydrogen Production by Membrane Water Splitting Technologies

By Mohd Fadhzir Ahmad Kamaroddin, Nordin Sabli and Tuan Amran Tuan Abdullah

2,153
4
2,228
6
4. Production of Hydrogen and their Use in Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells

By Flavio Colmati, Christian Gonçalves Alonso, Tatiana Duque Martins, Roberto Batista de Lima, Antonio Carlos Chaves Ribeiro, Leandro de Lima Carvalho, André Mychell Barbieux Silva Sampaio, Monah Marques Magalhães, José William Diniz Coutinho, Geovany Albino de Souza, Lucas Fernandes Aguiar, Diericon de Sousa Cordeiro, Adão Marcos Ferreira Costa, Thiago Soares Silva Ribeiro, Pedro Henrique Machado Godoy and Guilherme Botelho Meireles de Souza

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3
1,360
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6. Concentrated Photovoltaic (CPV): Hydrogen Design Methodology and Optimization

By Muhammad Burhan, Muhammad Wakil Shahzad and Kim Choon Ng

1,420
3

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