Harnessing Electricity From The Air

Harnessing Electricity From The Air

A new study could lead the way for developing devices that can create power from the atmosphere.

Naresh Kumar
  • 27 august 2010

In what could be a breakthrough experiment paving the way for capturing electricity out of thin air one day, a team of Brazilian scientists have shown that water droplets in the atmosphere pick up a charge and do not remain neutral, as was earlier believed.

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