Change in the cell and tissue structure of a Zinc/Copper Potato Cell by means of boiling and irreversible electroporation was found to increase the power generated by the cell[1]. This breakthrough is important in the field of reversible and sustainable energy and more importantly for disadvantage communities who lack the necessary
resources to produce electricity.

Tests that were conducted demonstrated that treated potatoes had a higher voltage and current than untreated potatoes [1]. Which can be related to the impedance created by the KCL salt bridge made of Zinc, Copper, electrolysis and potato tissue, which is the dominating factor in how much energy the different treated potatoes produced. The electrical energy generated was directly linked to the destruction of ...

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