Electriccars - Electric cars Why electric car? One of the...

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Why electric car? One of the biggest advantages of electric cars is that they do not pollute the environment and emit less harmful to the nature gas. That’s why the mass use of electric cars will bring slowing down the global warming.
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How does it work? Electric car is powered by fuel cells or electric motor. Batteries used in these cars are lead-acid, nickel-metal-hydride, Li-ion polymer and lithium ion batteries. Batteries in electric cars stored electricity in ultra capacitors or two flywheel. Charging of these batteries is through the car charger connected directly to a standard 220 voltaic net. In some electric cars batteries can even be changed to a gas station with a fully loaded ones.
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The beginning Father of the electric car is Tomas Devanport, who back in 1834 patent the first electric car driven by batteries, which can not be rechargeable. In the next 50 years French physicist, creator of lead batteries and American scientist invented the nickel-iron battery, working on her improvement.
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