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Inspired by the instructable by Kipkay I thought I'd pick up some of my own batteries of a different brand...And, boy, was I surprised!
I bought the batteries in a two pack at "ye 'ol supercenter" for about $1.88 US. After unpacking them, I just used my handy dandy mini leatherman to ...
Using the leatherman, I worked my way down to the negative end of the battery. Note: Be careful, the outer casing of the battery is sharp!
Is that what I think it is!? Imagine my surprise when I saw what was inside and dumped it out...
I was astonished! A rolled up $5 bill and a 1.5v button battery! You have got to be kidding me! If I knew about this sooner, I would ...
I had no idea a $5 bill would conduct electricity, let alone up the voltage an additional 10.5v. I wonder if different denominations have a different effect...You'd think ...
Alright, what you really get is 8 button cell batteries per 12v battery. So this instructable isn't a _complete_ bust, I'll add some steps to show why I ...
Here's what you wind up with. I'll insert the steps before this weekend is over (my camera battery needs charging first)
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