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Movement of a liquid droplet generates over 5 volts of electricity

19:00 EST 12 Feb 2020 | AAAS

(Nagoya University) Scientists have developed an energy harvesting device that generates over 5 volts of electricity from a liquid droplet. This device, made of flexible thin films, generates electricity when drops of liquid slide down along its surface. This technology is expected to be applied to IoT devices, such as self-powered sensors to monitor the quality of industrial wastewater.

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