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Published on Jan 22, 2015
This video shows step by step how to make a crystal battery. I'm doing a loose replication of John Bedini's crystal battery. I use 1:3 reduced MgSO4 to Rochelle Salt ratio. I deviate from Bedini's battery because I add pyrite into the mix, also I use Galvanized iron (instead of magnesium). The get the highest voltage use materials from the top of the galvanic series with materials from the bottom (like magnesium-copper, magnesium-graphite, titanium-magnesium). Use the galvanic series chart for help. This design circumnavigates around the galvanic effect because there is no corrosive electrolyte in this battery. Using this technology one is able to create batteries that will last indefinitely.