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Fuel of the Future Translated by Edmund A. Wilhelm and Ulrike Wilhelm. Springer-Verlag Wien New York. Deutsche Forschungsanstalt flir Luft- und Raumfahrt . Stuttgart, Bundesrepublik Deutschland.
Liquid Hydrogen: Fuel of the Future (Paperback). Walter Peschka (author), . Wilhelm (translator), Uwe Wilhelm (translator). Paperback 303 Pages, Published: 12/02/2012. Hydrogen as an energy carrier can generally mediate the existing disparity between nuclear energy and regenerative energy, both of which are indispensable for the future.
Walter Peschka, E. Wilhelm. Carbon free fuels, currently considered unconventional, will gain more and more importance in the future. The book gives a description of projects, based on liquid hydrogen as a fuel, performed in the last decade.
Author Walter Peschka. Hydrogen, therefore, represents the ultimate in energy technology. The initial, large-scale application of hydrogen as a secondary energy was as a high-energy rocket propellant.
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This is a timeline of the history of hydrogen technology. c. 1520 – First recorded observation of hydrogen by Paracelsus through dissolution of metals (iron, zinc, and tin) in sulfuric acid. 1625 – First description of hydrogen by Johann Baptista van Helmont. First to use the word "gas". 1650 – Turquet de Mayerne obtained a gas or "inflammable air" by the action of dilute sulphuric acid on iron. 1662 – Boyle's law (gas law relating pressure and volume).
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