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Sound Converts Waste Heat to Electricity

By Dan Bammes

Salt Lake City, UT – Energy comes in many forms, among them heat, sound and electricity. Research at the University of Utah is demonstrating how to make use of sound to convert waste heat from smokestacks or even computer chips into electricity. KUER's Dan Bammes explains how it could become part of a more efficient energy future.

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