Analysis of Electrical Energy Contained in Vegetables

Indonesian Journal of Chemical Science and Technology

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Title Analysis of Electrical Energy Contained in Vegetables
 
Creator Banoeari, Annisa Tri
Tembusai, Tariza Humaira
Siahaan, Riris
 
Description This study aims to determine the source of electrical energy in potatoes and lime. The method used is based on the principle that the salt content in potatoes is a solution, where salt is the solute and water is the solvent, so the ions can move freely. The movement of the ions in the potato can conduct electricity. For the contained acid lime affects the hardness of the composite, which affects the matrix and filler bonds. oxalic acid, which is in lime juice, is a type of electrolyte solution. In a voltaic cell, the electrolyte solution can function to deliver ions from the anode to the cathode so that it can produce electrical energy. Electrical energy is energy that is very important in life. Electrical energy is a basic human need so that potatoes and lime can be used as an alternative source of electrical energy.
 
Publisher Universitas Negeri Medan
 
Contributor
 
Date 2021-08-23
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jurnal.unimed.ac.id/2012/index.php/aromatika/article/view/27602
10.24114/ijcst.v4i2.27602
 
Source Indonesian Journal of Chemical Science and Technology (IJCST); Vol 4, No 2 (2021): JULI 2021; 85-87
2622-4968
2622-1349
10.24114/ijcst.v4i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jurnal.unimed.ac.id/2012/index.php/aromatika/article/view/27602/16543
 
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