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Fuel Cell Projects for the Evil Genius 1st Edition
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My one issue with the book is with the part numbers listed for items from Fuel Cell Store (which the author mentioned working with to write this book). The part numbers listed were not always able to be found on the website. The alkaline fuel cell from the book is one example, it is no longer available from the store. I was able to find the manufacturer's website and they said they are no longer making it. For a book that was just published this seemed odd and these errors should been caught during proofreading. These errors are more of an issue with the earlier chapters and with experiments that most people are probably going to skip anyway to get to the more interesting ones.
The book appears to be target toward a young audience and perhaps I am being too critical. Considering the release date of the book I was expecting more advance information. It is not to be had here. Skip this book.
I am surprised that a company like McGraw-Hill would be the publisher of this book.
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I like how the information especially the applied samples were explained. Competently written for starting and reviewing enthusiasts on fuel cellPublished 15 months ago by Ricardo Cachuela
I needed a good hands on way to understand fuel cells and this provided a basic and affordable way to play with the concepts and skills.Published 23 months ago by Michael Hillsgrove
This book has obviously been written in too much of a hurry as it has important details left out, yet the pages are filled with useless items such as photos of a pack of table salt... Read morePublished on July 8, 2009 by R. L. Hulme
I was very disappointed in this book as I was lead to believe that it held practical uses rather than the "model car" projects. Read morePublished on June 9, 2009 by Robert Elliott