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sandeep murugesh
Can the sound energy we produce while speaking be used for charging mobile phones? View All
wouldn't that be cool!Micro phone converts sound to electrical energy if we take part of this and use it charge mobile phones we can produce more efficient cell phones..sounds crazy but still...

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Denya
I think it is possible, but, in my opinion, it will significantly enlarge
the size of the cell phone or the price will fly up.


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Richard B
Mobile phones themselves would have sounded like a crazy idea 50 years ago, so who knows? Anything is possible in this amazing world of ours...

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mega
i think its poisible i am also thinking on that.........have u experimentally done this.,....

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