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Discussion in 'Alternative Energy' started by NeilBagley, Jan 29, 2009.

  1. NeilBagley

    NeilBagley New Member

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    Im just wondering how compplex it would be to build a massive version of this : (Imagine car battary size ?)

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    Also could anyone tell me about the power output i could expect ?

    Also could a Citrus liquid be used to create a power source ?
     
  2. duffy

    duffy New Member

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    I can tell you that it's not powered by water - is that any help?
     
  3. mneary

    mneary New Member

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    The "water powered" battery is actually powered by the electrodes which are consumed during its two year life; the water is actually only the electrolyte. The devices that it powers (calculator, clock) only require a few microwatts. To get car battery power levels (hundreds of watts for $50) you would need to connect a million of these ($5) "water batteries" together.
     

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