Response to quad489 (Reply #1)

Tue Aug 13, 2019, 08:09 PM

2. Are you under the impression...

that you know what the F you are talking about?

--------------" goes your H2 fuel cell wet dream."---------------------

Direct-methanol fuel cell

Direct-methanol fuel cells or DMFCs are a subcategory of proton-exchange fuel cells in which methanol is used as the fuel. Their main advantage is the ease of transport of methanol, an energy-dense yet reasonably stable liquid at all environmental conditions.

Efficiency is quite low for these cells, reaching around 10%, so they are targeted especially to portable applications, where energy and power density are more important than efficiency.

A more efficient version of a direct fuel cell would play a key role in the theoretical use of methanol as a general energy transport medium, in the hypothesized methanol economy.

With all due respect, is there ANYONE here that knows ANYTHING AT ALL about today's hydrogen industry?

We've got Sub-Mariners that don't know there's a Hydrogen fuel cell sub

We've got Methanol Experts that don't know there's a Methanol Fuel cell

We've got Energy Experts that don't think Solar or Wind works

It's like Junior High School all over again. What a waste of time.

^^^^ Those are actual Hydrogen Experts.

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