A lemon cell battery for high-power applications.
The lemon cell has largely served as an electrical power source for classroom demonstrations and laboratory exercises that range from elementary school to undergraduate general chemistry courses. This paper discusses the development of a safe, small, inexpensive, reliable and easily constructed lemon juice cell as a replacement for commercial batteries in high-power applications. Emphasis is on the use of the lemon cell battery to run an electric dc motor.
|Main Author:||Muske, Kenneth.|
|Other Authors:||Nigh, Christopher., Weinstein, Randy.|