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A self powered Magnetohydrodynamic motor
posted December 8 2010 17:37.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Youtube user gilbondfac made a self powered Magnetohydrodynamic motor. This type of motor converts the internal energy of electrodes and electrolyte into electric energy. The electric current that flows through the electrolyte, in conjunction with the magnetic field from the powerful neodymium magnet above, is then converted into kinetic energy. Check out this interesting scientific experiment.



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Tags: chemistry   diy   experiments   science   magnetism   
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