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In a typical fuel cell, the reactant (R) and product (P) are

(1) R = H2(g) · N2(g) : P = NH3(aq)

(2) R = H2(g) · O2(g) : P = H2O2(l)

(3) R = H2(g) · O2(g) : P = H2O(l)

(4) R = H2(g) · O2(g) · Cl2(g) : P = HClO4(aq)

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