MadSci Search Results for potato battery

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1. Chemistry: Re: My Potato Battery loses power very quickly, Dan Berger, Faculty Chemistry/Science, Bluffton University Mon May 16 14:57:55 2005
2. Physics: Re: Why do the volt measurements of my potato battery fluctuate?, Matthew B. Weyerich, Technical Coordinator,ES&R Dept., CPI Corp. Thu Mar 30 19:18:06 2000
3. Chemistry: Re: Why does my potato battery increase voltage with time?, Myron Cagan, Staff Engineer, process development, micro devices Fri Dec 1 18:26:48 2000
4. Chemistry: Re: What type of acid(s) is in fruits to be able to generate electricity?, Dan Berger, Faculty Chemistry/Science, Bluffton College Mon Nov 29 13:06:52 1999
5. Biochemistry: Re: Is it safe to eat a potato used as a battery?, Don Schaffner, Faculty, Food Science, Rutgers University Mon Jun 26 19:55:11 2006
6. Physics: Re: Why won't my Potato Battery work?, Barry Kamrass, Staff Electronics Engineer Wed Jan 5 17:38:14 2000
7. Engineering: Re: How do I increase the voltage in my home made battery, Sam Barros, Undergraduate, Aerospace Engineering, POWERLABS Wed Feb 7 18:08:03 2001
8. Physics: Re: How can I increase the voltage in a potato battery? , Nauzad Tantra, Undergraduate, Production/ Industrial engg., D J Sanghvi college of engg. Tue Feb 25 21:13:20 2003
9. Chemistry: Re: Why do my wires light up a lightbulb with a battery and not with a lemon, Dan Berger, Faculty Chemistry/Science, Bluffton College Wed Nov 29 16:57:36 2000
10. Chemistry: My Potato Battery loses power very quickly, Meghan, 4-6 Sun May 1 18:44:24 2005
11. Physics: How can I increase the voltage in a potato battery? , John, 4-6 Mon Feb 24 09:48:24 2003
12. Chemistry: Re: How do I connect potatoes together to make more electricty that one potato?, Kevin Kolb, Undergraduate, Physical Science, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Sat Jun 16 03:01:25 2001
13. Biochemistry: why would a potato battery run longer tahn a lemon battery, sheri, 4-6 Mon Feb 11 04:19:01 2008
14. Chemistry: Re: What am I doing incorrectly? (Potato Electricity Lab), Fred M. Niell, III, Senior Electrical Engineer Tue Feb 17 08:58:21 2015
15. Physics: Why do the volt measurements of my potato battery fluctuate?, Alex West, 4-6 Sat Mar 18 12:55:28 2000
16. Chemistry: ? Acid or the Salt that carry the electrical charge for Potato Battery, BrieAnna, 4-6 Mon Jan 12 12:33:56 2009
17. Engineering: Re: Can you please help me with a bio-chemistry question?, Samuel Conway, Senior Scientist, Message Pharmaceuticals, Aston, PA Mon Apr 5 14:36:30 1999
18. Physics: Re: how does a potato generate electricity?, Eric Maass, Operations Manager, semiconductors / communication products Mon Mar 22 18:14:11 1999
19. Biochemistry: Re: Is it possible to harness ATP to create an electric potential?, Jim Caryl, Grad student, PhD Plasmid Molecular Biology, University of Leeds Sat Sep 16 13:07:16 2000
20. Botany: Re: how do fruits serve as conductors of electricity?, David Hershey, Faculty, Botany, NA Mon Oct 16 18:07:55 2000
21. Science History: Re: What is the history of the food battery?, Todd Whitcombe, Associate Professor, Chemistry Tue Nov 17 12:04:06 2009
22. Chemistry: No subject, , 7-9 (age 11-13)
23. Other: Re: Will a clock run off the juice of an apple?, Fred M. Niell, III, Grad student, Physics, Univ. of Michigan Sun Apr 6 11:48:00 2003
24. Engineering: Re: Can a 3 volt battery be used to power a potato clock? Voltage too high?, Fred M. Niell, III, Senior Electrical Engineer Thu Jan 21 11:56:08 2016
25. Chemistry: Re: ? Acid or the Salt that carry the electrical charge for Potato Battery, Dan Berger, Faculty Chemistry/Science, Bluffton University Fri Jan 23 15:24:45 2009


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