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Fuel cells have been developed that can generate a large amount of energy. For example, a hydrogen fuel cell works by combining hydrogen and oxygen gas to produce water and electrical energy. If a fuel cell can generate 10.0 kilowatts of power and the current is 15.8 amps, what is the voltage of the electricity?

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    0.63 volts 158volts 633 volts 158,000 volts 5.8 vo

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