Shedding Some Light on the Potato Battery!: Conclusion
We have learned all about circuits today! We learned how they are made, what they are made of and how a current flows. We even learned how to make a potato into a battery! No matter how big or how small a circuit is, it still needs the main three parts we learned about: source, path and load. In our examples: the source was the battery, the paths were the wires and the load was the light bulb.
Citrus Battery Science Fair Project - SlideShare
According to , “Potatoes in general do not store electricity.” In my research I read information about potatoes being used as batteries to power clocks.
By: Rhylie Collins Hypothesis: If 16 potato batteries are connected in
a series, the re-chargeable batteries in the
battery charger will be partially charged
within 2 hours because the potato batteries
will send a weak electric charge to the
charger than to the re-chargeable batteries.