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Question 1: [6] Monash University, ________ uses PEDOT as a cathode.
SydneyDarwin, Northern TerritoryMelbourneMelbourne City Centre

Question 2: 2008 Monash University, ________ uses PEDOT as a cathode.
Melbourne City CentreDarwin, Northern TerritorySydneyMelbourne

Question 3: In 2005 the British firm Intelligent Energy produced the first ever working hydrogen run ________ called the ENV (Emission Neutral Vehicle).
MotorcycleMotorcycle historyMotorcycle engineSuzuki

Question 4: Thomas Grubb, a chemist working for the General Electric Company (________), further modified the original fuel cell design by using a sulphonated polystyrene ion-exchange membrane as the electrolyte.
VivendiNBC UniversalGeneral ElectricNBC

Question 5: GE went on to develop this technology with NASA and McDonnell Aircraft, leading to its use during ________.
Project MercuryApollo programSpace RaceProject Gemini

Question 6: In 2005 Ballard Power Systems announced that its fuel cells will use Solupor, a porous ________ film patented by DSM.
NylonPolyesterUltra high molecular weight polyethylenePolyethylene

Question 7: This heat can be captured and used to heat water in a ________ (m-CHP) application.
Power stationCoalCogenerationMicro combined heat and power

Question 8: A ________ (SOFC) is extremely advantageous “because of a possibility of using a wide variety of fuel” [12].
Molten carbonate fuel cellFlow batterySolid oxide fuel cellProton exchange membrane fuel cell

Question 9: High-temperature fuel cells, including molten carbonate fuel cells (MCFC's) and ________ (SOFC's), do not use platinum as catalysts, but instead use cheaper materials such as nickel and nickel oxide.
Proton exchange membrane fuel cellSolid oxide electrolyser cellSolid oxide fuel cellFlow battery

Question 10: Recent research at Brookhaven National Laboratory could lead to the replacement of platinum by a ________-palladium coating which may be less susceptible to poisoning and thereby improve fuel cell lifetime considerably.


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