green living through green batteries

green living through green batteries

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    green living through green batteries
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    • 1. GREEN LIVING THROUGH GREEN BATTERIES
    • 2. RESEARCHERS • Florabelle Caloy • Jane Grace Ladero • Je Vincent Villaruz • Frankie Magalso • Kevin Silorio
    • 3. Objectives of the Research • To promote green living through eco-friendly batteries • To know and understand terms about batteries • To appreciate the value of batteries in our everyday life, as well as its effect to our environment
    • 4. INTRODUCTION
    • 5. Batteries and the Society
    • 6. GREEN LIVING A lifestyle which seeks to bring into balance the conservation and preservation of the Earth's natural resources, habitats, and biodiversity with human culture and communities.
    • 7. What is a Battery? • A device containing an electric cell or a series of electric cells storing energy that can be converted into electrical power
    • 8. • Eco-friendly Battery • A battery that do no harm to the environment. • Non-eco-friendly Battery • A battery that is hazardous to the environment.
    • 9. TIMELINE of BATTERY
    • 10. • 1798: • Italian physicist Alessandro Volta makes the first battery. His “voltaic pile” –as it comes to be known- consists of stacks of zinc, acid-moistened cardboard and copper. • 1839 • Fuel Cell - William Robert Grove developed the first fuel cell, which produced electrical by combining hydrogen and oxygen. • 1859: • Gaston Plante invents the lead-acid battery used in cars up to this day.
    • 11. • 1898: • Conrad Hubert creates the first flashlight; he calls it an, “electric hand torch.” • 1900s: • Thomas Alva Edison improves the car battery. His other battery improvements make their way into trains, and mines. This becomes one of Edison’s biggest cash generators: meeting or exceeding the light bulb and the motion picture machine
    • 12. • 1954 • Solar Cells - Gerald Pearson, Calvin Fuller and Daryl Chapin invented the first solar battery. A solar battery converts the sun's energy to electricity • 1992: • The first lithium batteries are commercially available. These are the most powerful AA-size batteries on the market.
    • 13. • 2000-2012: • Innovations in rechargeable technology introduce products such as Nickel-Metal hydride rechargeable batteries, titanium high-performance batteries, and 15-minute rechargeable batteries as well as the innovations of green batteries • Future: • The future is both bright and challenging for batteries. A battery has been developed in Israel that can be printed on paper. This can open up huge possibilities for handheld devices and other personal electronics. Fuel cells may take over as the favorable form of portable energy & more development of green batteries
    • 14. Types of Battery • Disposable • Not designed to be rechargeable • Rechargeable • A rechargeable battery or cell
    • 15. Parts of a Battery
    • 16. • Anode • During discharge, the negative electrode of the cell is the anode. During charge, that reverses and the positive electrode of the cell is the anode. The anode gives up electrons to the load circuit and dissolves into the electrolyte. • Cathode • It is an electrode that, in effect, oxidizes the anode or absorbs the electrons. During discharge, the positive electrode of a voltaic cell is the cathode. When charging, that reverses and the negative electrode of the cell is the cathode. • Electrolyte • A chemical compound which, when fused or dissolved in certain solvents, usually water, will conduct an electric current.
    • 17. • Electrode • An electrical conductor through which an electric current enters or leaves a conducting medium, whether it be an electrolytic solution, solid, molten mass, gas, or vacuum. • Separator • The permeable membrane that allows the passage of ions, but prevents electrical contact between the anode and the cathode. • Vent • A normally sealed mechanism that allows for the controlled escape of gases from within a cell.
    • 18. • Terminals • The parts of a battery to which the external electric circuit is connected. • Negative Terminal • The terminal of a battery from which electrons flow in the external circuit when the cell discharges. • Positive Terminal • The terminal of a battery toward which electrons flow through the external circuit when the cell discharges.
    • 19. How Battery works
    • 20. FUNCTIONS of BATTERY • Storage • Start up current • Power conditioning
    • 21. Effects of Non eco-friendly Battery to the ENVIRONMENT
    • 22. Eco-friendly Batteries
    • 23. • FUJI’s EnviroMAX batteries • Taiwanese Chlorophyll Batteries- Operate With Any Liquid • Waste paper-run battery • Mixing entropy battery • Portuguese Paper Battery • Eco-Alkaline Battery • Hyped urine activated battery • Liquid Solid State Lithium Batteries • Highview Power Storage • mobile-H2 • Iron “veins” in Magnesium Hydrogen Storage • Ammonia Hydrogen storage
    • 24. FUJI’s EnviroMAX batteries
    • 25. Facts about FUJI’s EnviroMAX batteries • It is free of mercury, cadmium, and PVC, chemicals cited as hazardous chemicals to be avoided • The packaging of EnviroMAX batteries in recycled paper and fully recyclable PET plastic. • It is safe for landfills, meaning they can be disposed of with ordinary household waste • Ozone-depleting compounds have been eliminated in the production of these batteries
    • 26. Applications and Uses • Video Camera • Digital Camera • Camcorder • Hand Held Game • CD Player • MP3 Player • PDA • Personal Organizer • Headphones • Remote Control • Calculator • Clock • Flashlight • Walkie-Talkie • Toys
    • 27. Taiwanese Chlorophyll Batteries- Operate With Any Liquid
    • 28. Facts about Taiwanese Chlorophyll Batteries-Operate With Any Liquid • World’s first chlorophyll organic battery • It contains no toxic substances and will not pose an environmental hazard • It can be filled up with almost anything, including water and urine, and it can provide electricity from two to seven days • Wet it, wait for 10 seconds, and it works. • Discovered by Chungpin Hovering Liao and his students
    • 29. Sony’s Waste paper-run battery
    • 30. Facts about Sony’s Waste paper-run battery • can 'digest' waste paper and turn it into energy. • Can generate enough power to run a small fan
    • 31. CONCLUSION
    • 32. Let us save Mother Earth buy using GREEN BATTERIES! Let’s all GO GREEN!
    • 33. QUESTIONS?
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