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Argument: Hydrogen fuel-cell cars are really electric cars

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Wayne Cunningham. "Driving It. Why Hydrogen will fuel future cars." 11 Apr. 2007 - "Every major automaker has a fuel cell research car that works. I've driven many of them, and the driving experience is very good. A fuel cell car is really just an electric car that powers its motors from a fuel cell. The fuel cell takes hydrogen and combines it with oxygen to make water, H2O. The byproduct of this process is electricity, which gets fed to the motors. Most importantly, the electrical output of a fuel cell pack is strong enough to give an electric car reasonable acceleration."

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