hydrogen pump

hy·dro·gen pump

molecular mechanism for acid secretion from gastric parietal cells based on the activity of a H+-K+-ATPase.

hy·dro·gen pump

(hī'drō-jen pŭmp)
Molecular mechanism for acid secretion from gastric parietal cells based on the activity of a H+-K+-ATPase.
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Calumag said the firefighters had yet to determine whether the establishment violated any fire safety codes by having a hydrogen pump near the cooking area and whether it has the necessary business permits.
Tenders are invited for supply of light hydrogen pump
A statement said that the explosion the previous evening at the oil refinery in Ballsh, 140 kilometers (85 miles) south of the capital, Tirana, was caused by the failure of a hydrogen pump.
He adapted his hydrogen pump to work with carbon dioxide and created a system to condense and evaporate the working fluid in a closed loop.
The car is already on sale in the American state of California which also houses the world's first Hydrogen pump station.
While an electric car might need to be charged overnight to top up an empty battery, a hydrogen car can be charged in a few minutes at a hydrogen pump, similar to refuelling a petrol or diesel car.
Americans are lucky enough to be leasing the Clarity for pounds 380 a month (Jamie Lee Curtis has one) and I filled up in Frankfurt at a regular garage equipped with a special hydrogen pump.
A Kia Sportage fuel cell prototype refills at a hydrogen pump Assembly Environment Minister Jane Davidson and Welsh Secretary Peter Hain at the launch of the "Hydrogen Highway" scheme yesterday
All present gas stations should be given the necessary hydrogen pump by the government.
He points to a single Shell hydrogen pump located outside of Washington, D.
Kelly gets slightly less than 40 mpg on a kg of hydrogen (equivalent to one gallon of gasoline) and says driving an FCV is routine, except that he can't travel more than 100 miles from a hydrogen pump.
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