Vinegar as Alternative Battery

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Vinegar as Alternative Battery

An Investigatory Project Presented to
The Faculty of the High School Department
Surigao Education Center
Km. 2, Surigao City

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In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in
Physics IV

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By:

Edradan, Dhaniel Jefferson
Yaun, Mary Allyssa
Concon, Leonel
Galos, Jancirfil
Jimena, Rimar
Villarojo, Kerr

March 2013
APPROVAL SHEET

Vinegar as Alternative Battery

Prepared & Submitted by MARY ALLYSSA YAUN, DHANIEL JEFFERSON EDRADAN, LEONEL CONCON, JANCIRFIL GALOS, RIMAR JIMENA, KERR VILLAROJO has been examined and is recommended for approval and acceptance for ORAL EXAMINATION.

GIOVANNI P. DOSANO
Adviser

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PANEL OF EXAMINERS
APPROVED by the committee on ORAL EXAMINATION with the grade of__ on February 2013.

ZALDY P. BELOY, Ph.D

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Member Member

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Member

ACCEPTANCE in partial fulfillment of the requirements for
SCIENCE IV

Acknowledgement
There are a lot of people the researchers would wish to thank for their generous and unselfish help in realization of this study.
First and foremost, Almighty God for giving the researchers the patience and perseverance to tackle the study;
To their parents who gave them their full support, financially and morally.
To Sir Giovanni Dosano, who became the researchers great and dearly research paper adviser who patiently helped and encourage them finish the study. The researchers salute for the continuous help and guidance.

And most especially, Sir Zaldy P. Beloy, Ph. D. for helping the researchers to understand revise and emphasize the importance of the study.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Pagei
Approval Sheetii
Acknowledgementiii
Abstractiv
Table of Contentsvi
CHAPTER I: THE PROBLEM AND REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Introduction4
Review and Related literature5
Statement of the Problem5
Significance of the Study5
Scope of Limitations5
Definition of Terms7-8
CHAPTER II: METHODOLOGY
Research Design9
Materials9
General Procedure9-10
Observation10
Flow Chart of Methodology11

CHAPTER III: RESULTS AND ANALYSIS
CHAPTER IV: SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATION
Summary13
Findings13
Conclusion13
Recommendation13
References14
APPENDICES15

CHAPTER I
THE PROBLEM AND REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Introduction
We all know that the world is now facing an energy crisis and everyone is trying to do something about that. Now you can show everyone that electrical energy or electricity can be made from air and vinegar. After all, vinegar are freely available everywhere.  Battery is a device that converts chemical energy directly to electrical energy. It consists of a number of voltaic cells; each voltaic cell consists of two half-cellsconnected in series by a conductive electrolyte containing anions and cations. One half-cell includes electrolyte and the electrode to which anions (negatively charged ions) migrate, i.e., the anode or negative electrode; the other half-cell includes electrolyte and the electrode to which cations (positively charged ions) migrate, i.e., the cathode or po sitive electrode. In the redox reaction that powers the battery, cations are reduced (electrons are added) at the cathode, while anions are oxidized (electrons are removed) at the anode. The electrodes do not touch each other but are electrically connected by the electrolyte. Some cells use two half-cells with different electrolytes. A separator between half-cells allows ions to flow, but prevents mixing of...
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