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Fruit and Vegetable Battery Projects
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Lemon Battery K-12 Experiments [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E] [E]
Make batteries from fruits and vegetables using metal electrodes and a digital voltmeter and resistors determine voltage, current, and power that your batteries can produce. [E] [E]
Pot Plant Power [E]
How Does the pH Level of a Fruit Affect Its Electric Current When It Is Made into a Voltaic Cell? [E]
Will the citrus fruit battery with the most pH (most acidic) create the most electricity? [P]
Determine the electrical voltage output of different combinations of electrodes and fruits. [E]
Frequently-Asked Questions about food batteries [E]
Make your own potato battery [E] [E] [E]
Which fruit will generate enough electricity to light a light bulb and which one will light the bulb the longest. [E]
The Lemon-Powered Calculator [E]
Can a single lemon battery light a flashlight bulb? [E]
Build a vinegar battery and compare its efficiency with a lemon and a potato battery. [E] [E]
How many fruits, vegetables, and children does it take to generate enough electricity to run a clock? [E] [E]
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