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    Orange Battery

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    Matouq. Veggie Power! Making Batteries from Fruits and Vegetables Project Kit Available! Order Your Project Supplies Abstract Did you know that you can get electricity out of a potato? In this project you will learn how do build a simple battery using a variety of different fruits and vegetables - REALLY! You'll be able to figure out things like:

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    The Parthian Battery

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    The use of electricity may go back further known as the Parthian Battery. The battery dates back to the Parthian empire and is believed to be 2,000 years old. However, the battery is known from its creator Alessandro Volta (a chemist and physicist and pioneer of electrical science). Volta is known for voltaic electricity (same as volts) and for many other things. The basic property of a battery is that two objects work as electrodes, causing an electrochemical reaction which generates voltage. 5]

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    Carrot Battery

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    Make a Carrot Battery This activity uses a common carrot and two different metals to make a enough electricity to run a small digital clock. Materials: Two Large Raw Carrots; 2 Pennies; 2 Large Galvanized Nails; 3 pieces of 6" long wire; Small Digital Clock (Tandy (Radio Shack) or Maplin - "Stick-on Timer" £3.50/ $4.99. The digital clock can be extracted from an inexpensive alarm clock or it can be purchased from an electronics store. Slice of about 1 inch from each carrot and discard. Place

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    Baghdad Battery

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    amounts of water trapped in the mineral structure by polar attraction. CHAPTER II Review Of Related Literature The Baghdad battery was the foundation of this project and Baghdad batteries were built by Ancient Parathions. There is still no exact proof on where the Parathions were able to use it since there were no wires found for the electric current to flow. The battery is composed of a clay pot, a copper tube enclosing a half inch metal tube and an asphalt stopper as a resistor. Inside the

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    Secondary Batteries

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    Batteries are essential for the wireless heart monitors to operate. A battery is composed of electrochemical cells that convert stored chemical energy to electrical energy and consists of a cathode (the positive terminal) and an anode (the negative terminal). The battery needs to connect to the external circuits of the wireless heart monitor, and electrolytes move and cause the electrolytes to act as ions and preform work. There are two ways in which batteries can behave: a primary and a secondary

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    Duracell Batteries

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    what battery lasts the longest. I will also try to determine if the cost of the battery has anything to do with the power it has.I think the Duracell battery will last the longest. I also believe that the more expensive the battery the longer it will last.Battery companies market their products by making impressive claims about how durable and reliable their batteries are. But which battery lasts the longest? Will a more expensive, brand name battery really last longer than a generic battery? Materials

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    Battery Science Project

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    many/cents are useful to make energy. The question that is being studied in this experiment is that how many layers of cents make a more powerful battery. The topic of the experiment is A battery that makes cents. A battery that makes cents is an energy reaction that happens between cents. Will more layers of cents make a more or less powerfull battery? It is important that our question should be answered because our question is an important part in our experiment. The people who should be Interested

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    1.1 What is a Battery? A battery is defined as being an electrochemical cell that has the ability to turn chemical energy into electrical energy. All batteries contain an anode, cathode, electrolyte and a separator. The difference between distinct types of batteries are the materials used as the electrodes and electrolyte. There are two types of battery categories in which all batteries can fall under, the primary battery which is a single use battery cell and the secondary battery cell which can

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    Introduction- Batteries/Fuel Cells Fuel cells operate via a chemical reaction which generates electricity. All fuel cells contain a positive anode, a negative cathode and an electrolyte to carry the charged particles through the cell. They also contain a catalyst which will increase the rate of the reaction occurring. The electricity produced can then used to power various appliances. This, in turn, creates a circuit with the current continually flowing in and out of the cell until the reaction

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    Citrus Batteries Experiment

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    experiment is to see which citrus fruit works as a better battery. From the various types of citrus fruits I chose to used a lemon and an orange. This is called a citrus battery. I am attempting to charge a holiday light bulb using a citrus battery as opposed to a traditional battery. I learned a lot of things from doing this project. One of the most important things I learned is that citrus fruits can be used as an alternative battery used to light a light bulb. I also learned that the acid in

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