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Energy Harvesting: Synthetic Use of Recovered Energy in Electrochemical Late-Stage Functionalization

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Karl, Tobias A. ; Seidl, Max ; König, Burkhard

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An induction-based energy harvesting (EH) device was presented. It converted part of the rotational energy of magnetic stirrers back into electrical energy, making it accessible for electrochemical transformations. After rectification, the induced AC voltage was optionally provided as a constant voltage or constant current whereby the available voltage could directly be adjusted by the stirring ...


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