Subject: Can Household Rubbish+H2SO4 work as an Accumulator
Date: Fri Jun 13 08:21:59 2003
Posted by richard
Grade level: grad (science)
School: No school entered.
City: No city entered. State/Province: norfolk
Area of science: Environment & Ecology
The question is based upon the viability of degrading landfill waste using
dilute sulphuric acid whilst at the same time using the the mix as a buffer in
the storage of electricity on the National Grid when consumption is low. A
subsiduary question would be concerning the usefulness of resulting gases,
liquids and sludge.
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