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PostSubject: How Annotated Bibliography sources look like   Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:28 pm

I found this very helpful cheers


(BOOKS LOOK LIKE THIS)

Ewing, Rex A.. Hydrogen Hot Stuff Cool Science: Journey to a World of Hydrogen energy and Fuel Cells at the Wasserstoff Farm. Masonville, CO: PixyJack Press, 2004.


Annotation begins here . . .(just one or two sentences that let the reader know the usefulness of this source)

(WEB SITES LOOK LIKE THIS)

Nice, Karim. “Howstuffworks “How Fuel Cells Work”.” How Stuff Works. The Convex Group. 5 Dec 2006 .


Annotation begins here . . .

(JOURNAL ARTICLES LOOK LIKE THIS)

Booth, David. “Understanding Fuel Cells.” Home Power 35(1993): 37-40.

Annotation begins here . . .


(WEB SITE/PDF LOOKS LIKE THIS)

Hawkes, Dennis. “Fuel Cell Today – A Vision of the Hydrogen Economy in Wales.” Fuel Cell Today. 23 March 2005. Johnson Matthey, Plc. 5 Dec 2006 .


Annotation begins here . . .

(ONLINE JOURNAL LOOKS LIKE THIS)

Zittel, Werner. “Production of Hydrogen.” Hydrogen in the Energy Sector 8.7.19968 July 1996 .




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