## What can I make with a 9 volt battery?

9-Volt Battery Projects

• Make a Flashlight. Since 9-volt batteries have the positive and negative terminals on one end, it is possible to easily touch both terminals at once.
• Divide Water. No, not like Moses and the Red Sea.
• Feel the Power.

## How much power can a 9 volt battery produce?

The capacity rating of a battery tells you how long you can pull a given current from the battery. A typical rating for a 9V is 450mAH. Which means you can pull 450mA for one hour or 50mA for 5 hours, which is the same amount of energy.

## What happens when you put a 9V battery in salt water?

A 9V battery has a fairly high voltage (tightly-packed charges) but doesn’t last very long (the “tank” is small). Salt dissolves in water to leave behind positively-charged sodium ions and negatively-charged chlorine ions.

## Can a 9 volt battery shock you?

Rumor has it that there’s a certain number of deaths each year from victims licking 9 volt batteries. This is totally untrue. To kill a person, an electrical shock has to pass through the heart causing arrhythmia. Even if it entered the body, a 9 volt current is not strong enough to cause arrhythmia.

## Can we charge HW battery?

A:Not rechargeable. Use and throw like other ordinary batteries.

## What can I do with batteries?

Ordinary Batteries: Regular alkaline, manganese, and carbon-zinc batteries are not considered hazardous waste and can be disposed of with ordinary trash. Other common single use or rechargeable batteries such as lithium and button batteries are recyclable, but access to recycling may not be available in all locations.

## How much Watts is 9 volts?

Equivalent Volts and Watts Measurements

Voltage Power Current
9 Volts 9 Watts 1 Amps
9 Volts 18 Watts 2 Amps
9 Volts 27 Watts 3 Amps
9 Volts 36 Watts 4 Amps

## What happens if u put a battery in salt water?

Salt water is much more conducive than regular water, so the battery would discharge more quickly and the current will break down the salt by electrolysis, producing hydrogen and chlorine gas.

## What happens if you put a battery in water with salt?

In water, the salt (i.e., sodium chloride) breaks apart into sodium and chlorine ions. The electricity from the battery separates the negatively charged ions from the positively charged ions. The reaction releases gas, and creates bleach, or sodium hypochlorite.

## Why do 9V batteries shock your tongue?

The charged terminals of the 9-volt battery will not even shock your body’s skin. The watery surface of tongue attracts the electric charge of 9-volt battery. You can also do this experiment on other wet parts of your body, as touching the battery with wet hands can give you more of a shock.

## Is the steel wool 9 volt battery experiment safe?

It never gets old. This steel wool 9 volt battery experiment is a fun, easy way for middle and high school students to learn about electricity, physics, and chemistry. It only requires 3 materials and some adult supervision. *This post contains affiliate links. This should not be done near open fire or flammable liquids

## Can a 9 volt battery be used as a jumper?

A 9-volt alkaline battery that has electrodes coupled to the top of the battery can also be used. If a 9-volt battery is used, the jumper cable, alligator clips, and battery pack are not necessary. Place the two AA batteries in the battery holder. Couple the battery holder to wires with alligator clips.

## What are some science fair projects about electricity?

There are lots of science fair projects related to electricity. Some of the are electromagnet, DC motor, potato electricity, etc. Today we are making electricity science fair projects simple electric motor. This electrical science project helps us to understand about concept of Dc motor.

## What kind of battery do you need for a light circuit?

You will use three brass fasteners to create a “switch” and of course the 9-volt battery will be the power source. A very simple series circuit is shown below. Notice the space left in the aluminum foil for both the switches and the battery: