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All you need is some Aluminum cola/pop cans or pipe, and copper wire or pipes. You can also use Zinc instead of the Aluminum. The more salt or acid you put in the water, the stronger the battery will be but, the faster it will corrode and break down the metals. Please post your results in the comments so we can see your project!
➡️ Helpful Battery Information:
The same principles apply to making and lemon battery or potato battery. You just need two dissimilar metals like copper and aluminum, used in this video, and an electrolyte like sodium (table salt) or Epsom salts, or an acid like lemon juice, vinegar, or other common battery acid. Making your own battery is actually fairly simple. You just need two metals separated buy a thin insulator like paper, or by your electrolyte fluid. Then connect the positive and negative terminals to each metal. The more surface area you have touching the electrolyte or acid, the more amps you get. The more of these cells that you wire together in series, the more voltage you get. 12 volt car batteries for example, have hundreds of thin lead plates inside each cell. Then each cell inside the car battery is wired together in series to increase voltage. Those plates are what hold the charge. Each pole on the battery is connected to the positive or negative end the chain of battery cells, wired in series, inside the battery. Another example is a 9-volt battery used for devices around the home, such as smoke alarms, remote controls for RC cars, walkie talkies, and much more. These 9 volt batteries usually have six cells inside of them that equal about 1.5 volts each to give you the 9 volts required for your device.
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