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Where’s the Juice
Key Objectives:Key Objectives:Identify the necessary vocabularyterms to better understand howelectricity is created in a ...
Key TermsKey Terms Electrode ElectrolyteVoltagePotential DifferenceChemical Cell (Wet and Dry)
ElectrodeThe metal orcarbon elementthat reacts withan acid or baseelectrolyte thatproducesvoltage
ElectrolyteA substance usually a liquid acid orbase that reacts with electrodes tocreate voltage
VoltageThe electricpotentialenergy per unitcharge.Measured inVolts
Potential DifferenceThe amount of energy per unitcharge needed to move a chargedparticle from a reference point to adesig...
Chemical Cell (Wet and Dry)Chemical cellsare batteries
Parts of a Battery (Wet Cell)
Parts of a Battery (Dry Cell)
Chemical Wet CellWet cells arebatteries that requirea strong acid or basesolution to react withthe carbon andmetal electr...
Chemical (Dry) CellA dry cell uses a drypaste electrolyte toreact with the metaland carbonelectrodes toproduce electricity.
Well done….– Get ready forlab!!!
Essential LearningsEnoughalready!!!
ZINC(Zn)MAGNESIUM(Mg)COPPER(Cu)CARBON(C)ELECTRODE SET
Title:The effects differentcombinations of electrodeshave on producing voltage ina chemical wet cell
Hypothesis:If I combine ___________as a pair of electrodes, Thenit will produce the greatestvoltage
ConstantsSorry guys…you need toread the procedures andidentify these byyourselves…
Background readingTurn in your lab guides andread from your Holttextbook pages 484 - 487
Bottle Heads Bottle head project power point example
A Special ScientistCount Alessandro GiuseppeAntonio Anastasio Volta– b February 18 ,1745– d. March 5. 1827
Alessandro Giuseppe VoltaAn Italian physicist knownespecially for the invention of thebattery in 1800.
Birth Volta was born in Como, a town in present-day northern Italy (near the Swiss border)on February 18, 1745
Life In 1774, he became a professor of physics atthe Royal School in Como. A year later, he improved and popularizedthe ...
Contributions to Science His promotion of it was so extensive that heis often credited with its invention, eventhough a m...
Contributions to Science He discovered methane after reading apaper by Benjamin Franklin of America on"flammable air."
Contributions to Science Volta searched for it carefully in Italy and inNovember, 1776, he found methane at LakeMaggiore....
Contributions to ScienceHe invented thevoltaic pile, anearly electricbattery, whichproduced asteady electriccurrent
Death Volta retired in 1819 to his estate in frazioneof Como, Italy, now named "CamnagoVolta" in his honor. He died there...
HonorsThe word “Volt” a measurement ofpotential difference and the word“Voltage” come from his nameModern day honors go ...
HonorsToyota furnished the electric hybridengine to Italian design houseGiugiaro to build the Toyota Volta in2003.
HonorsLater on Chevrolet, in 2011, was onlyable to use the name "Volt" to honorone of the worlds most ingeniousinventors
ControversySome scholarsargue the Baghdadbattery could be thefirst chemicalbattery. Iranianswere using it aselectroplatin...
You Decide…..Baghdad Battery Volta Battery
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  1. 1. Where’s the Juice
  2. 2. Key Objectives:Key Objectives:Identify the necessary vocabularyterms to better understand howelectricity is created in a wet celland a dry cell battery
  3. 3. Key TermsKey Terms Electrode ElectrolyteVoltagePotential DifferenceChemical Cell (Wet and Dry)
  4. 4. ElectrodeThe metal orcarbon elementthat reacts withan acid or baseelectrolyte thatproducesvoltage
  5. 5. ElectrolyteA substance usually a liquid acid orbase that reacts with electrodes tocreate voltage
  6. 6. VoltageThe electricpotentialenergy per unitcharge.Measured inVolts
  7. 7. Potential DifferenceThe amount of energy per unitcharge needed to move a chargedparticle from a reference point to adesignated point in a static electricfield; voltage.
  8. 8. Chemical Cell (Wet and Dry)Chemical cellsare batteries
  9. 9. Parts of a Battery (Wet Cell)
  10. 10. Parts of a Battery (Dry Cell)
  11. 11. Chemical Wet CellWet cells arebatteries that requirea strong acid or basesolution to react withthe carbon andmetal electrodes tocreate voltage
  12. 12. Chemical (Dry) CellA dry cell uses a drypaste electrolyte toreact with the metaland carbonelectrodes toproduce electricity.
  13. 13. Well done….– Get ready forlab!!!
  14. 14. Essential LearningsEnoughalready!!!
  15. 15. ZINC(Zn)MAGNESIUM(Mg)COPPER(Cu)CARBON(C)ELECTRODE SET
  16. 16. Title:The effects differentcombinations of electrodeshave on producing voltage ina chemical wet cell
  17. 17. Hypothesis:If I combine ___________as a pair of electrodes, Thenit will produce the greatestvoltage
  18. 18. ConstantsSorry guys…you need toread the procedures andidentify these byyourselves…
  19. 19. Background readingTurn in your lab guides andread from your Holttextbook pages 484 - 487
  20. 20. Bottle Heads Bottle head project power point example
  21. 21. A Special ScientistCount Alessandro GiuseppeAntonio Anastasio Volta– b February 18 ,1745– d. March 5. 1827
  22. 22. Alessandro Giuseppe VoltaAn Italian physicist knownespecially for the invention of thebattery in 1800.
  23. 23. Birth Volta was born in Como, a town in present-day northern Italy (near the Swiss border)on February 18, 1745
  24. 24. Life In 1774, he became a professor of physics atthe Royal School in Como. A year later, he improved and popularizedthe electrophorus, a device that producedstatic electricity.
  25. 25. Contributions to Science His promotion of it was so extensive that heis often credited with its invention, eventhough a machine operating on the sameprinciple was described in 1762 by theSwedish experimenter
  26. 26. Contributions to Science He discovered methane after reading apaper by Benjamin Franklin of America on"flammable air."
  27. 27. Contributions to Science Volta searched for it carefully in Italy and inNovember, 1776, he found methane at LakeMaggiore. By 1778 he managed to isolate methane
  28. 28. Contributions to ScienceHe invented thevoltaic pile, anearly electricbattery, whichproduced asteady electriccurrent
  29. 29. Death Volta retired in 1819 to his estate in frazioneof Como, Italy, now named "CamnagoVolta" in his honor. He died there on March5, 1827
  30. 30. HonorsThe word “Volt” a measurement ofpotential difference and the word“Voltage” come from his nameModern day honors go to him forbeing the father of the electricautomobile.
  31. 31. HonorsToyota furnished the electric hybridengine to Italian design houseGiugiaro to build the Toyota Volta in2003.
  32. 32. HonorsLater on Chevrolet, in 2011, was onlyable to use the name "Volt" to honorone of the worlds most ingeniousinventors
  33. 33. ControversySome scholarsargue the Baghdadbattery could be thefirst chemicalbattery. Iranianswere using it aselectroplating tool.
  34. 34. You Decide…..Baghdad Battery Volta Battery

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