Horizon Fuel Cell Car Science Kit for Science Fair Projects & Experimentation

Horizon Fuel Cell Car Science Kit for Science Fair Projects & Experimentation

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FUEL CELL CAR SCIENCE KIT

Horizon's Fuel Cell Car Science Kit uses a reversible PEM fuel cell that combines electrolysis and power conversion into one single device.

Experience the excitement of new fuel cell technology with this customized construction kit.

Horizon's Fuel Cell Car Science Kit uses a reversible PEM fuel cell that combines electrolysis and power conversion into one single device.

Watch as oxygen and hydrogen gases are formed in two transparent water containers. The car steers independently of the user once in operation. When the car hits a barrier, it will automatically find its way by reversing away 90 degrees.

 
SPECIFICATIONS

  • 1 fuel cell
  • 1 car chassi
  • 1 small electric motor
  • 2 water and gas storage containers
  • cables
  • tubes
  • 1 syringe
  • Renewable Education Curriculum

You need to provide water and 2 "AA batteries".
A manual includes step by step instructions for experiments, the Renewable Energy Education Curriculum<CD & Manual, and simple assembly instructions.

 
Science Fair Project Ideas
The Renewable Energy Education Curriculum and Manual have detailed instructions on how to do the following experiments plus more experiments.

  1. Substitute the solar panel that comes with this kit for a 3-volt battery pack to determine the minimum voltage for water decomposition.
  2. Do the same as above to in the electrolysis Mode to generate hydrogen and oxygen from water.
  3. Do the same as in #1 with the battery pack. Use the fuel cell mode to generate electricity from hydrogen and oxygen.
  4. Make a comparison between #2 and #3

Important Information
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Never take apart the fuel cell
12 years and up

1 review for Horizon Fuel Cell Car Science Kit for Science Fair Projects & Experimentation

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    ridwan

    I need the Quetions

    • Madeline Binder

      What questions are you referring to?

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