Volta Pile Apparatus

SKU PH0925

The voltaic pile was the first electrical battery that could continuously provide an electric current to a circuit. It was invented by Alessandro Volta, who published his experiments in 1799 This  product is a  replica of Alessandro Volta’s apparatus consisting of series- connected galvanic cells to make up a source of electricity.Zinc and copper plates stacked in alternation on top of each other are separated in each case by a piece of felt soaked in an electrolyte (salt water or acid). The electrolyte makes it possible for electricity to pass between the layers, allowing a voltage to be measured between the plates at the ends.

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