The Electrochemical Future
During the preindustrial era, pollutants (e.g., from fires burned for warmth) were of trivial total content, partly because of the relatively smaller population (600 million up to about 1600 A.D.). The first fogs arose after the Industrial Revolution, because of the increased burning of coal.
KeywordsFuel Cell Internal Combustion Engine Atomic Reactor Liquid Hydrogen Carnot Cycle
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