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Title: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: hartiberlin on May 16, 2007, 05:34:13 AM
Have a look at this video...

Normally you get maximum about 1 to 1.5 Volts out of such
a unit, how does he get 3 Volts and this lot of power ?
Is this a fake ?
Did he hide 2 normal batteries later in the can ??


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1-821l1tjY

What do you think ?

Regards, Stefan.
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: TheOne on May 16, 2007, 06:10:35 AM
its hard to hide something the way he present it, its maybe possible its just a question of right ingredient proportion no?
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: hartiberlin on May 16, 2007, 06:16:29 AM
Hmm,
maybe he made a cut in the video,
poured the fluid out of the can and did
hide 2 AA battery cells there and put them in series,
so he gets 3 Volts  ?
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: pese on May 30, 2007, 11:06:59 PM
Hmm,
maybe he made a cut in the video,
poured the fluid out of the can and did
hide 2 AA battery cells there and put them in series,
so he gets 3 Volts  ?

Stefan , you can  put 2 different metal wires in to an citrone or an apple.

you becomes also  0,7 to 1,5 volts  ( see the  physic lessons  from scolol , to chose the best metalls)
3 volt in AA sizes or also botton cells . are avaiable  as "lithium-cells"

possible  it was " wired  before in the can , and connected "trickly"
by epxerimentator.
GP

3 volt is not "power" , this is only an voltage.
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: Dingus Mungus on May 31, 2007, 01:44:00 AM
Its totally possible to get 3 volts from an galvanic cell such as this.
All it requires is the right reduction potentials in your metals.

Example:
Li+ + e = Li (E= -3.040V)
Just a half cell of lithium can produce 3 volts

His cell is composed of a copper anode and a steel(?) cathode.
The Sn/Zn can may act as a catalyst of some sort...
Definitely worth checking out if you're interested in galvanic cells.
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: hartiberlin on May 31, 2007, 02:20:47 AM
Walter Hofmann checked it out last weekend
and the best configurations with graphite and magnesium
has got him 1.8 Volts, but never 3 Volts..

Okay, maybe if he used a Lithium wire and a graphite
wire, then it would give 3 Volts, but I guess
pure Lithium is so aggressive, it would already oxidize and
burn up in the air, right ?
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: Dingus Mungus on May 31, 2007, 04:05:44 AM
Walter Hofmann checked it out last weekend
and the best configurations with graphite and magnesium
has got him 1.8 Volts, but never 3 Volts..

Okay, maybe if he used a Lithium wire and a graphite
wire, then it would give 3 Volts, but I guess
pure Lithium is so aggressive, it would already oxidize and
burn up in the air, right ?

Not so bad when in dry air, but as soon as lithium touches water it spontaniously begins to chemically burn. The more I look at this the more scammy it seems. I wonder if this from the same guy who did "candle battery". Why are people wasting their time faking excess energy?
Title: Re: Selfmade 3 Volts can battery with big power..
Post by: pese on May 31, 2007, 09:16:55 AM


Walter Hofmann checked it out last weekend
and the best configurations with graphite and magnesium
has got him 1.8 Volts, but never 3 Volts..

Okay, maybe if he used a Lithium wire and a graphite
wire, then it would give 3 Volts, but I guess
pure Lithium is so aggressive, it would already oxidize and
burn up in the air, right ?

i think , he have faked this
but 2 aa carbon cells (2 x 1,5 volt in the can bfore
pr an lithiumvell , most habe 3,0 volts as CR2032  and more types