How To Make A Very Simple( Yet Complex ) Battery
This is a fun electrical thing to do if you have vinegar, a quarter, paper, scissors, and some tin foil. Here is what to do.

Step 1: What To Do

First take the tin foil and cut it in a circle a little bigger than the quarter. Then take some paper cut in in a circle and dip it in some vinegar. After that take a quarter and put it on the paper. Repeat this until you get it to light up an led or even start up a motor.

Step 2: Acknowledgements And Other Things

First of all I would like to give credit to the book Gonn Iggulden: The Dangerous Book For Boys. Also I would like to tell all of you out there that this battery can be used in a multitude of projects. This battery can save you lots of money, and I think if the vinegar dries up you can put more on to regenerate it. So not only is it cheap, but it is also environmentally healthy! As an extra plus you can make it as powerful as you want! So I hope you all enjoyed this. Please vote mine in the battery powered contest PS sorry for no photographs or at least images. I don't really have any quarters and I really do not know about any vinegar either. So I hope you can understand the instructions. If not please feel free to leave some sort of comment. For voters Vote mine into the battery powered contest I will be very thankful if you do.

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