Alkaline Batteries

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Division of City Schools
City of Mandaluyong Science High School
E. Pantaleon St. Hulo, Mandaluyong City

BLACK MIX FROM ALKALINE BATTERIES AS PIGMENT FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF INKJET PRINTER-FRIENDLY INK

Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements in Research II

By

Psalm Israel Rendon
Hazel A. Lunas
Diane Clarisse Ortega

IV-Chlorine
SY 2011 -2012

September 2011

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE..................................................................................................1 ABSTRACT...................................................................................................3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT..................................................................................4 CHAPTER I: Introduction..............................................................................5 Background of the Study

Significance of the Study
Statement of the Problem
Hypothesis
Scope and Delimitations
Review of Related Literature
Definition of Terms
CHAPTER II: Methodology...............................................................................13 Materials and Equipments
Procedure
Methodology Flow Chart
CHAPTER III: Results and Discussions................................................................15 Findings
Summary
CHAPTER IV: Conclusions and Recommendations............................................19 BIBLIOGRAPHY..................................................................................................20

IPSF OFFICIAL ABSTRACT FORM

TITLE: Black Mix from Alkaline Batteries as Pigment for the Manufacture of Inkjet Printer-Friendly InkNAME: Hazel A. LunasAddress: E. Pantaleon St. Hulo, Mandaluyong CitySchool: City of Mandaluyong Science High School| Abstract Used batteries are considered to be futile once the energy is drained. This contains a variety of components including chemicals and parts. Our study aims to recycle used batteries and make use of one of its component, black mix, to a more beneficial product. Black mix was obtained after opening the sealed battery, with the right amount of ratio, and then mixing it with glycerol and coconut oil to produce an inkjet printer-friendly ink. It was then tested by injecting it to a cartridge and printing a test page to compare it with the commercially sold ink. As a result, it was observed that the printed test pages had the same quality. The research proved to be feasible. Black mix obtained from the battery was possible to use as a pigment in manufacturing inkjet ink.| Category:Pick one only. Mark an “x” in the box at the right:BiochemistryBotany ChemistryComputer ScienceEarth and Space EngineeringEnvironmental ScienceMathematicsMedicine & HealthMicrobiologyPhysicsZoologyGerontology|

I/We hereby certify that the above statements are correct and the information provided in the abstract is the result of one year’s research. I/We also attest that the above property reflects my/our own work.___________________________ __________________Finalist or Team Leader Signature Date|

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

In the duration of the whole investigatory project, there were numerous people who had extended their hand out to the researchers. The researchers would like to thank the following:

Almighty God for guiding the researchers and blessing them with knowledge and discernment that had led them to finish the study.

Mr. Benjamin Ola, group’s research teacher and adviser for suggesting ideas that further developed the study; giving moral support and guidance.

Mr. Alkiem Uriel Roquiem Christien Patron, the class adviser of the researchers and chemistry teacher, for being the person behind the magic of chemistry in the study.
Mr. Henry A. Sabidong, the principal of the researchers’ school, for giving his permission for the researchers to conduct their experiments during school hours in the...
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