Vapor Voltage

Vapor Voltage
Researchers from TAU's Porter School of the Environment and Earth Sciences could have found a way to use the water vapor contained in the atmosphere to produce electricity.

They successfully charged batteries using the water vapor in the air. This is accomplished through the discovery that electricity forms when water molecules and metallic surfaces come in contact. This could be very useful and efficient in humid countries.

This leads the way to possibly producing electricity from humidity, which would be a clean source of energy and very Earth-friendly. Furthermore, this could be a good way of providing poor or isolated regions with clean and renewable electricity, especially in developing countries.

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Could this dry metal in cars and other equipment? More or less as an activator, main energy could be taken from the battery.
Posted by Uolevi Kattun on July 10, 2020

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