Timeline of hydrogen technologies

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Timeline of hydrogen technologies — A timeline of the history of hydrogen technology.

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17th century[edit]

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21st century[edit]

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  1. ^ 1784 Experiments
  2. ^ Langins, Janis (8 Jun 1983). "Hydrogen production for ballooning during the French Revolution: An early example of chemical process development". Annals of Science (Taylor & Francis) 40 (6): 531–558. doi:10.1080/00033798300200381. 
  3. ^ 1809 - Fleming, History of Meteorology 25 Pag. 25
  4. ^ 1809 - Pilot balloon resources
  5. ^ Monthly magazine and British register: Volume 28 - Pagina 554
  6. ^ 1820 Cecil engine
  7. ^ 1820 Cecil the letter
  8. ^ 1874 - Jules Verne, The Mysterious Island
  9. ^ 1896 Weather balloon
  10. ^ Tsiolkovsky's Исследование мировых пространств реактивными приборами - The Exploration of Cosmic Space by Means of Reaction Devices (Russian paper)
  11. ^ 1920 - Hydrocracking
  12. ^ Improvements in and relating to internal combustion engines using a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen as fuel
  13. ^ The Technological Steps of Hydrogen Introduction - pag 24
  14. ^ Underground hydrogen storage. DOI: 10.2172/6536941
  15. ^ Sloop, John L. (1978). Liquid hydrogen as a propulsion fuel, 1945-1959. (The NASA history series) (NASA SP-4404). National Aeronautics and Space Administration. pp. 154–157. 
  16. ^ NASA-LIQUID HYDROGEN AS A PROPULSION FUEL,1945-1959
  17. ^ 1958 D 12 - Pag. 7
  18. ^ History
  19. ^ 1964 Allis Chalmers Pag.1
  20. ^ Eberle, Ulrich; Mueller, Bernd; von Helmolt, Rittmar. "Fuel cell electric vehicles and hydrogen infrastructure: status 2012". Energy & Environmental Science. Retrieved 2014-12-19. 
  21. ^ Nickel-Hydrogen Battery Technology—Development and Status
  22. ^ History of Hydrogen
  23. ^ Lawrence W. Jones Toward a liquid hydrogen fuel economy, University of Michigan Engineering Technical Report UMR2320, March 13, 1970
  24. ^ Sandia Corporation (2004). Fuel-Cell-Powered Mine Locomotive. Sandia National Laboratories.
  25. ^ http://www.eon.com/en/media/news/press-releases/2013/8/28/eon-inaugurates-power-to-gas-unit-in-falkenhagen-in-eastern-germany.html
  26. ^ Enfarm enefield eneware