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Old 08-03-2008, 11:35 PM
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electricity from air

Air Battery or Saltwater battery

can anyone please help me explain how this works? i stumbled across it today and could not get my head around it. i guess it has something to do with the magnesium, but what is it?

please help, eventhough it's a school-project

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Old 09-10-2008, 09:00 PM
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hmm

I'm a bit rusty on batteries, but hats all hes basically done is made a battery with saltwater as the electrolyte

just look up the chemical reactions that take place in batteries

Something is oxidizing, and in that way it is liberating energy in the form of moving electrons

not a lot of power, and when he was getting a bright light he was jusst making the thing squeeze out a lot more power in a shorter time- like shorting a battery.
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Old 09-11-2008, 06:42 AM
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Weak, several days to charge a battery.

Here are more salt-water with copper/aluminum batteries,
YouTube - Trash Power 3 - Zero CO2 African Battery
YouTube - COPPER/ALUMINUM SCRAP METAL BATTERY( second version)

Another option:
electricity from air, you can attach a wire to a 3 foot
copper pipe and put it 20 feet in the air and get close
to 30volts. Stick a steel pipe deep into the ground
for the negative, and do not have the ground anwhere
near the antenna. Use pcv pipe to support the antenna,
and stay away from utility wires, be careful. You would
use many in parallel to gain amps.

From air, here is a 3 volt model
YouTube - Free Electricity...from Thin Air

Electricity from air,
YouTube - Free Energy " One of a Kind Device "

Mike
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Old 10-23-2008, 06:50 AM
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latest RF to electricity circuit

These are the latest findings from a circuit currently being used
Design 2 totals.........
.......Day 1= 3mins=214v
6mins=237v
10mins=258v
## 1hour=628v/544v approx.
##2hour15mins=765v/660v approx.
##3hour24mins=822v approx
## Readings dropping to quickly to get an absolutely accurate reading.
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Old 10-23-2008, 06:53 AM
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The circuit is very effective in converting RF to Electric current

This is what it looks like
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I also thought of this kind of project so I started searching for sodium/air powered batteries. With my luck, I found out this is already in action.

Here is the news that I saw.
Sodium-air battery shows potential | Ars Technica

Looks like we got this really going. It's got a good potential however, it's somewhat similar to a disposable battery but can last up to 8 charging. A little more work and who knows this will be the next battery to watch out for. N.B.
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