Hydrogen - Hot Stuff, Cool Science: Discover the Future of Energy

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PixyJack Press, 2007 - Science - 287 pages
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No longer does hydrogen need to be locked up in oil, coal or natural gas to supply energy to our economy. In his 2nd edition of HYDROGEN - Hot Stuff, Cool Science, author Rex A. Ewing explains the exciting new energy technologies that can release hydrogen from fossil fuels, biomass and even water, and how this will lead to hydrogen-powered cars, homes and cities.
 

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Contents

preface
vii
prologue
11
chapter 1
17
chapter 2
25
chapter 3
33
chapter 4
43
chapter 5
55
chapter 6
72
chapter 12
153
chapter 13
171
chapter 14
191
chapter 15
202
chapter 16
223
chapter 17
235
chapter 18
261
acknowledgments
274

chapter 7
76
chapter 8
89
chapter 9
104
chapter 10
117
chapter 11
135
appendix
276
index
282
author bio
287
back cover
289
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About the author (2007)

From his solar- and wind-powered studio in the Colorado Rockies, Rex A. Ewing has penned a number of best-selling books on renewable energy, including Power With Nature; HYDROGEN - Hot Stuff, Cool Science; and Got Sun? Go Solar. For aspiring log home owners who want to incorporate solar energy into their dream home, he teamed up with his wife to produce Crafting Log Homes Solar Style: An Inspiring Guide to Self-Sufficiency. His magazine articles can be found in log home and sustainable living magazines.

Before moving to the mountains to handcraft a log home and concentrate on his writing, Ewing raised grass hay and high-strung Thoroughbred race horses in the Platte River valley. Whenever his employees were persistent enough to corral him behind a desk, he served as CEO of a well-respected equine nutrition firm, where he formulated and marketed a successful line of equine supplements worldwide. In 1997 he wrote a best-selling book on horse nutrition: Beyond the Hay Days: Refreshingly Simple Horse Nutrition; the expanded 2nd edition was released in 2004.

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