A home-made voltaic pile
Added by Bill Phillips on Feb 20, 2008
A graphic showing a homemade voltaic pile, constructed from alternating layers of aluminium foil, paper soaked in weak vinegar or salt water and a 2p coin. Four such cells will light an LED.
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