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Russian Scientists Make Electricity from Air
20.10.2009 13:14
Russian Scientists Make Electricity from Air

Russian scientists developed a technique for converting energy from static electricity into electricity, which is commonly used in everyday life.
      For this purpose researchers used so-called Chizhevsky chandelier, which produces static electricity from air. A metal plate accumulated particle flow from the chandelier and forwarded it to an accumulating unit through wire. Output electricity was 40 V, but scientists claim they can get more if they need to.
      Moreover, reseachers suggest abandoning gasoline, since cars can receive energy for moving from emitting wire, embedded directly into roadbed. Scientists developed similar technology even for air vehicles. Mentioned techniques are patented according legal regulations of the Russian Federation.
      Source: RIA Novosti


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