ENERGY OF DARKLING ELECTRIC CURRENT IN LIQUID
South Federal University
Abstarct. Electric current in distilled water contacting with two aluminum asymmetric electrodes can flow too long without noticeable changing the strength. This can be a reason for the developing the source of the electric current. The internal resistance of such a source can achieve 1 kiloohm and decreases at the growing the temperature of the liquid, at the same time the electromotive force does not depend on the temperature. Decrease of the volume of the liquid leads to the increase of the electromotive force.
Keywords: electromotive force, internal resistance, water, aluminum, temperature, source of energy.