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With 10 pennies & Speed Stick Deodorant I will show you how to make a battery to power an led or more depending on the amount of batteries used. Ente...
deodorant contains zinc that is why it can be used , take a small amount less than the size of a penny when flattened
Get any of the above and put it into a cup you can reach into. I used vinegar
Take one of your pennies and trace it on the cardboard or whatever your using. Make 10 per 1volt After you are done cutting them put them into the cup...
take a penny and put it on top
repeat the process until all 10 pennies are used FROM THE BOTTOM DEODORANT PAPER PENNY DEODORANT PAPER PENNY ETC
wrap it in tape if you want and hook up an led. The penny is positive and the deodorant is negative and you have power
the zinc in the deodorant is suspended among other ingredients so it can be recharged via solar panel the possibilities are endless hope you enjoyed
If you have an extra solar panel you can recharge the batteries and light an LED here is an example in my fish tank. I am planning to add more blue LE...
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