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d3x0r:
Move to this thread... http://www.overunity.com/10208/perpetual-batteries-from-vasilescu-karpen/

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MarkE:
At uA currents it could take a very, very long time to consume your anode.

d3x0r:

--- Quote from: MarkE on July 22, 2014, 12:58:21 PM ---At uA currents it could take a very, very long time to consume your anode.

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Not really; the magnesium/copper crystal cell I made ate the magnesium strip in a 2 months
You replied before I could finish my move to http://www.overunity.com/10208/perpetual-batteries-from-vasilescu-karpen/msg410879/#msg410879 :)

MarkE:

--- Quote from: d3x0r on July 22, 2014, 12:59:37 PM ---Not really; the magnesium/copper crystal cell I made ate the magnesium strip in a 2 months
You replied before I could finish my move to http://www.overunity.com/10208/perpetual-batteries-from-vasilescu-karpen/msg410879/#msg410879 :)

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Self-discharge of your typical AA alkaline cell is in the 10uA regime and they will still hold 80% capacity after 7-10 years.  Maybe the electrolyte was attacking your magnesium.

d3x0r:

--- Quote from: MarkE on July 22, 2014, 02:46:54 PM ---Self-discharge of your typical AA alkaline cell is in the 10uA regime and they will still hold 80% capacity after 7-10 years.  Maybe the electrolyte was attacking your magnesium.

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:) it definatly was... epson salt, potassion chloride


the same test using 2AAA batteries lasted 2+ years (instead of 2 months)

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