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    http://www.altrogiornale.org/news.php?item.1521.5

    chissà quanto produce un intero campo di patate….
    della serie vi ricordate in matrix cosa ci facevano con l'uomo?


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    Pasquale Galasso
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    [color=#ff0000]500 lb Potato Battery

    Performance
    2000
    Portland, OR.

    I built a potato battery out of 500 pounds of potatoes. It powered a small sound system. With the help of the Red 76 crew I installed the battery and sound system in the back of a U-Haul truck and drove it around town inviting people to enter the truck and take a listen.

    Batteries work by allowing electrons to pass from one electrode to another. In this case the potato provides phosphoric acid, which enables a chemical reaction causing electrons flow from copper to zinc. The zinc came from galvanized nails and copper came from small pieces of copper. You don't have to use potatoes; any acidic medium such as citrus fruit will work. I chose potatoes because they are traditional and cheap.

    Each potato generates about 0.5 volts and 0.2 milliamperes. I connected groups of potatoes together in series to increase voltage and then connected these groups together in parallel to increase amperage. The entire 500 lb battery generated around 5 volts and 4 milliamperes.

    Don't eat potatoes after using them for a battery.[/color]

    traduci questo e lo saprai

    http://latteier.com/potato/


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    [quote1199343334=Quantico]

    [color=#ff0000]500 lb Potato Battery

    Performance
    2000
    Portland, OR.

    I built a potato battery out of 500 pounds of potatoes. It powered a small sound system. With the help of the Red 76 crew I installed the battery and sound system in the back of a U-Haul truck and drove it around town inviting people to enter the truck and take a listen.

    Batteries work by allowing electrons to pass from one electrode to another. In this case the potato provides phosphoric acid, which enables a chemical reaction causing electrons flow from copper to zinc. The zinc came from galvanized nails and copper came from small pieces of copper. You don't have to use potatoes; any acidic medium such as citrus fruit will work. I chose potatoes because they are traditional and cheap.

    Each potato generates about 0.5 volts and 0.2 milliamperes. I connected groups of potatoes together in series to increase voltage and then connected these groups together in parallel to increase amperage. The entire 500 lb battery generated around 5 volts and 4 milliamperes.

    Don't eat potatoes after using them for a battery.[/color]

    traduci questo e lo saprai

    http://latteier.com/potato/
    [/quote1199343334]

    da notare la frase finale… non mangiare le patate alla fine … eh eh .
    Insomma davvero in matrix le macchine avevano visto più che giusto.


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