Permanganate Battery – Lemon Superbattery with RECORD Voltage

in this video I’ll show you how to make a lemon super battery from household materials first thing is to get a carbon electrode for example from a toy helicopter the carbon rod and Illumina wire are connected to a white lead simplest version is a lemon battery just make two holes dry with tissue paper hat permanganate sulfuric acid and finally sodium hydroxide the lemon permanganate battery can directly light a white LED so now I attached five white LEDs it can be used to read a book when there is no electricity in the grid in the second version I used a cry membrane from a bathroom clip light it was glued to a plastic box then I added acid hydroxide as well as permanganate now the LEDs are attached through a lemon peel let’s call it a half lemon battery it can light LEDs for several days as you see the lemon permanet battery gives more than three volts which is enough to light the white lab it is more than three times higher than for a usual lemon battery such a battery has enough power so it could be used to charge a mobile phone you can see that the phone battery was charged from 2% to 10% in 20 minutes in the third person I use the post class Freight to separate hydroxide and acid solutions when aluminum permanganate battery is connected to a load there is almost no corrosion of aluminum but when disconnected see intense hydrogen evolution takes place high cell wall display dicot was 3 point 25 volts it’s a record for a homemade battery [Music] [Music]

36 thoughts on “Permanganate Battery – Lemon Superbattery with RECORD Voltage

  1. hey, any idea of whats the battery impedance? or mAh rating by any chance?

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  4. Won't copper or silver give more voltage than aluminium because it's in higher position in ECS?Also is there a way to put a switch on this?

  5. If you don't connect the battery,does the permanganate and the sulfuric acid react into forming explosive manganese heptoxide?

  6. Which is positive and which is negative
    Positive equal Anode
    Negative equal Cathode

  7. These are not average household materials. These may be the materials in your house but I dont think this would really qualify for "home made".

  8. I tried it out with a curved section of polypropylene tube, with a wad of fiberglass insulation to separate the solutions, got about 2.45 volts, used some aluminum sheet and carbon fiber mesh.

    Used old permanganate that had been left outdoors for a few years, drain cleaning sulfuric acid, and generic lye crystals.

    Kind of a hard cell to improvise without a chemistry set, wondering if its possible to make a dry charged set of electrodes coated with NaOH and a mix of NaHSO4 – KMnO3 respectively.

  9. step one to making a lemon battery get materials you'll never come in contact with ever because there highy dangerous easy and simple

  10. whats the function of adding permanganate, sulfuric acid and sodium hidroxide?

  11. Hello,
    I have a few questions concerning your clay membrane, is clay acid stable enough? Or in other words is the membrane long lasting? Does this membrane eliminate the problem of electrolyte crossover? And how do you get it so thin?? I am a also chemist (not like some of these pseudo-chemists on yt) and am currently working on concentration cell-ethanol fuel cell hybrids and so I will need a membrane that has almost no crossover (unlike polymer membranes) and a good OH- or H3O+ conductivity. Micro and nanopore membranes is what I do research on, but most are expensive or hard to get.

    Thanks a lot,
    André Leonhardt

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