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Title: Active carbon and power
Post by: V_Schaub on September 23, 2010, 01:18:10 PM
I used few interesting design with zinc / aluminum + active carbon and the result is quite interesting.
E.g. 8x8cm ALU plate - saltwater moistered paper - active carbon == 0.7V / 150mA.

Something like this:
http://exo.net/~pauld/activities/AlAirBattery/alairbattery.html

Main problem:
I can not hold the capacity of this battery.
Current will drop in cca 25 sec, to 10mA and it keeps falling.
I understand that the carbon is the problem but what to do to prevent this fast power drop.





 
Title: Re: Active carbon and power
Post by: Walter Hofmann on September 24, 2010, 11:59:12 AM
hi
just look under walts water powered cells in the old archieve
greetings
walt



I used few interesting design with zinc / aluminum + active carbon and the result is quite interesting.
E.g. 8x8cm ALU plate - saltwater moistered paper - active carbon == 0.7V / 150mA.

Something like this:
http://exo.net/~pauld/activities/AlAirBattery/alairbattery.html

Main problem:
I can not hold the capacity of this battery.
Current will drop in cca 25 sec, to 10mA and it keeps falling.
I understand that the carbon is the problem but what to do to prevent this fast power drop.
Title: Re: Active carbon and power
Post by: V_Schaub on September 26, 2010, 03:26:51 PM
Hi Walt.
I send you email regarding this topic.
I could not find much info on your design.

I searched under Walts, Walter, AG cell, Hofman.
Is there some general topic on your battery design ?