Electrochemical Transformation of Thermal Energy of the Sun and Geothermal Waters to the Electric EnergyAuthor(s): S. S. Yegeubayeva, A. B. Bayeshov, A. K. Bayeshova and M. Zh. Zhurinov
In the present work the dependences of oxiditive-reducing potential from concentration of ions of iron, from temperature for the first time are established. It is shown, that in the presence of a difference of temperatures between electrode spaces, applying graphite electrodes, it is possible to create conditions for formation of the EMF. It is found, that the increase of concentration ions of iron (III) and concentration of sulfuric acid and temperature in thermostated space of electrolyzer led to increase of EMF and SCC in an electrochemical chain.