There are many products on the market that allow us to charge the electronic devices we use in places where we do not have access to electricity. These are generally with solar energy running or requiring movement appear as devices. Regardless of which of these, these devices do not power us, even if they do not have electricity. depends on other sources in the middle.
To eliminate this situation, researchers from the University of California, will not depend on any external source works on a device. In other words, this device will not need you to turn any handle or solar energy. Here are the details:
It will generate energy from the sweat accumulated on your fingertips:
Device, from flexible strips occurs. These strips wrap around your finger and generate a small amount of energy when you press it down or start sweating. from research assistants Lu Yin says the size of the device is about 1 square centimeter. Because the flexible material is used, Yin says there is no need to worry about the device feeling awkward or being heavy.
yin, does not require any exercise, it says this device is separated from other sweat-powered devices. If you are wondering why the fingertips are used to use sweat, these words from Yin will satisfy your curiosity:
“ The reason we feel sweatier in other parts of the body is because these areas not well ventilated. Whereas, fingertips are always exposed to air, so sweat evaporates as it goes out. So, instead of letting it evaporate, this to collect sweat
We use our device and we can generate a significant amount of energy.”
If we come to the working logic of the device, it is made of carbon foam that absorbs finger sweat. electrodes appears. The enzymes at these electrodes are between sweat molecules and oxygen. a chemical reaction generating electricity. In addition, under the electrodes is a small chip that generates power when pressed.
Other officials involved in the research also emphasize that this device does not require any movement, and naturally underlines the generation of energy from sweat formed on the fingertips.