Subject: Is it possible to use a tall plant for electric current generation?
Date: Sat Dec 18 04:23:54 1999
Posted by Gautam Sarkar
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: P.S. Medical College
City: Anand State/Province: Gujarat
Area of science: Physics
A potential difference might exist between the lower and upper portions of
a tall tree, sufficient to operate a tiny electronic gadget. A temperature
difference between the upper part of a tree and its underground regions
might act as a thermocouple.
Re: Is it possible to use a tall plant for electric current generation?
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