Students at IIT Roorkee have developed a new electric car prototype that runs on water and aluminium, instead of fuel or electricity. The car is powered by water and an aluminium plate. The car runs on a simple fuel cell technology that uses electrochemical reaction to produce electricity. There is a graphene rod along the metal plate that generates electricity with water as its base for the chemical reaction. This innovative car is also along the lines of the government’s plan that has been urging car-owners to adopt alternative fuel sources.
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