Originally Posted by ibpointless2
You do bring up a good point. I'm sure a hyperbaric chamber would squeeze it too so that test would not be valid. You do have me puzzled a bit.
The cell in the video has a piece of notebook paper that separates the two metals, and that paper has the two crystals (salts) in it. There is not glue in that cell so the distance in the metals is small.
If there is no glue,
The displacement potential will be small. If pressure is the cell powering it would only be confirmed by hyperbaric equal pressure on all aspects of cell.
If DISPLACEMENT causes power then hyperbaric will NOT do it.
Does this make sense? It would increase density
Of ambient fluid air bathing the cell and may change output on many levels.
I'm building a chamber to test my cells etc. Might be worth trying
Very best regards,