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Offline John.K1

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #45 on: November 25, 2015, 11:17:57 AM »
hi there.
you've managed to discover the answer to finding overunity. this first began when you found a way to get her to actually cook those nice sit down dinners you share together thats been keeping you alive. haha just kidding around.

that does sound interesting your discovery with the tape collecting airborne carbon deposits.
could it be a method to making graphene? it does work using a carbon, and without knowing myself having not duplicated the experiment, i would have checked for electrical conductivity also on non carbonated piece of tape, though you might have already done that as well and found there was a difference or not in results.
could the tape itself be able to have transferred some kind of static charge, or even the electric current in your own handling of the tape if bending it and maybe also that heat and the tiny electrical current that is present with the person themself?
was the rooms air very dry from a heating source? type of material if there was a tablecloth or surface the tests were performed on?
was one of those new smartwatches worn that might have some radiation present from the device it is or something to do with its bluetooth function on? other metallics nearby, rings, plastics etc?
my knowledge is rather limited, suppose any potential variables could affect test results.


might have found a easy work around to making graphene there it seems.
well done!


here is something i just found, trying to find the electrical conductivity of wax to see what effects it could have on what makes up the burnt carbons compositon.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0196890412002865


Hi So ManyWires :)   Actually it was me who was cooking :)  No OU here :)   In the matter of the deposit I have checked its conductivity on the porcelain too (back of the plate) And because it does significantly heats the plate up = it is completely dry and it still shows conductivity.

Time to make my hands dirty and to play a bit with that.  For you I have made a video :)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCCb4vGTB4A&feature=em-upload_owner

Thank you for the link.


MagnaProp. -  Yep, I know. Actually I started to build Keshes coil last week. But didn't finished as I started to Not believe in its functionality. I think Keshe is just a Ilusionist. There is not single prove it works, nor single video showing it, nor any chemical analyse or measurements. Starting with his solid CO2 - which in reality is just a sediment from the impurities of the salt water), he calls oxides top layer of the copper as a super conductor- which evidently is not etc...  He just behaves like a lieder of some sect. :)  On other hand, he was speaking about different layers of different metals (or its oxides)  and there could be something true- causing movement of electrons from one lower natural potential to the higher one.  Which reminds me a device- I forgot already its name -  which consisted of three tubes filled with dozens of metals (materials)

Regards,
« Last Edit: November 25, 2015, 03:54:56 PM by John.K1 »

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #45 on: November 25, 2015, 11:17:57 AM »

Offline Nink

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #46 on: November 25, 2015, 04:45:04 PM »
I made a graphene supercapacitor last week.  2.6 volts and it was enough to light an LED without a joule thief.  I came up with a really easy method

1) Anode (Positive terminal) - Coat some PET plastic with 325 mesh graphite (overhead projector plastic and rub graphite on for about 10 minutes with a soft cloth). After 10 minutes it should be conductive (check with a multimeter)  alternatively if you have a sheet of copper you could try that instead for your anode.
2) Dielectric Separator - Buy some white Titanium paint from local art shop. Usually called Titanium white  (contains titanium oxide) Paint a strip on another piece of PET or clean glass panel. When it dries after 24 hours peel the paint strip off the plastic and cut into a square (it can't have any holes in it).
3) Make some graphene 25% Deionized (or distilled) water (1/4 cup) and 75% Acetone (3/4 cup) with about 20 grams of 325 mesh graphite. Stick it in the blender for 12 hours (you want to do this in 24 hours with 30 min on 30 min off (Make or buy a timer to turn on and off) as the blender will over heat.  After that let it sit for a week to settle or use a low speed centrifuge (I made one out of a dremil).  The clear liquid is the graphene not the stuff on the top or the stuff on the bottom.  It is clear but you can see it with a laser pen (Tyndall effect),  Extract just  the graphene in solution and put in a separate bottle.
4) You need some aluminum foil as your cathode (negative terminal).
5) You need an electrolyte I used salt in deionized water.

Now put it together. 
Coat of salt water on your PET plastic that you rubbed with graphite.
Peel off your titanium white paint and coat both sides with your graphene solution, Let it dry
Coat of salt water on your aluminum foil
Now put them together, Graphite coated PET (graphite side up and it's coated with salt water) + Titanium Paint (both sides coated in graphene)  + Aluminium Foil with Salt coated side down towards titanium paint separator thats coated with graphene on both sides . 

Graphite (Anode- Connect + to here)
Salt Water (electrolyte)
Graphene
Titanium oxide (Dielectric separator)
Graphene
Salt Water (Electrolyte)
Aluminium (Cathode - Connect - to here )

Now charge it for a few minutes with a 9 volt battery and you have your very own super capacitor.   I have some ideas to improve upon the method but need to buy some stuff. 

Offline John.K1

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #47 on: November 25, 2015, 08:56:10 PM »
Hi Nink,

It sounds interesting and easy enough.

I might give it a try. I have Titanium Oxide in the powder at home. Just thinking to mix it up with the PVC glue??

Thanks,
Regards

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #48 on: November 25, 2015, 09:58:48 PM »
Hi Nink,

It sounds interesting and easy enough.

I might give it a try. I have Titanium Oxide in the powder at home. Just thinking to mix it up with the PVC glue??

Thanks,
Regards

PVC glue is worth trying but it doesn't peel off very well.  There was a good video on youtube by neatpete45  who tried PVC but ended up using seal and peel (peelable latex available in Australia)   Here is his video.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGf2yps91qM 

Couple of things he could improve on 1) He used Aluminum as Cathode and as Anode (you really want 2 different types of metals) .  2) he put the graphene on a burner, this will just turn it back to graphite. After it has settled for a week or 2 just poor off the graphene (or syringe out - it will be a clear to purple color ) but not the black graphite powder on bottom or silver layer on top.  You can just leave the lid off for 24 hours and the acetone will dry off quickly but use it within 24 hours or it will settle back to graphite as the acetone acts as a dispersant and keeps the layers of graphene from compacting and turning back to graphite.

The titanium oxide paint cost me 5 bucks.

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #49 on: November 25, 2015, 10:33:17 PM »
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MagnaProp. -  Yep, I know. Actually I started to build Keshes coil last week. But didn't finished as I started to Not believe in its functionality...
I'm skeptical as well. When I heard him talking about all the "healing" powers it can have, well that tends to open the wack job flood gates. People are receiving the devices they ordered so that is a positive indication. Sounds like the devices can take up to 20 days to get up to operational status so we'll find out soon enough how the reports come back. The one thing that stood out to me about the builds is coating the wires in black soot. Electricity likes to travel on the outer "skin effect" layer of a wire at high frequency or voltage so it got me thinking about coating wires in Graphene to see if that helps move things along the outer skin layer.

I made a graphene supercapacitor last week.  2.6 volts and it was enough to light an LED without a joule thief.  I came up with a really easy method...
Great work! Wouldn't mind seeing a step by step video build if you ever get the time. I'm still waiting on LaserSaber to make his.

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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
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Re: Amazing graphene super capacitor!
« Reply #50 on: April 25, 2018, 05:02:09 PM »
Nice job, it was really impressive. Graphene is amazing material. Its just so versatile, especially when you wanna enhance electronics. I expect that one day soon I gonna have every single component in my computer coated with these nano-materials :)

 

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