Hydrogen powered cars work through the use of a hydrogen fuel cell. These fuel cells use the element hydrogen, which in its non-isotope form is essentially an electron orbiting a proton – the electron is stripped from two hydrogen atoms at a time using an electrolyte filter, these electrons create a current which powers the vehicle. The remaining proton component is combined with oxygen, creating water. Water as well as heat is the byproduct of this electrochemical process.
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