This article is written to layout the experimental results of a hemp battery when a better process was used for the preparation of the Hemp Ink.
An experiment was conducted to check whether the process of ink preparation had any impact on the energy charge of a battery. So, as compared to an earlier very rugged preparation of the ink, this time more care, proper mixing, and an overall better process was employed for the preparation of the ink. Remember, the same size and same amount of material was used in both cases. The amount of ink that was used in this experiment was 0.1 gram.
For this, the device with the well-prepared ink was placed in the circuit and then was taken off, allowing it to discharge, with the discharge curved being traced.
When the discharge curve was analyzed, it was found that after 1 ½ hour the value dropped to 23 milliamps. From this observation, it can be deduced that throughout the 1 ½ hour it delivered a minimum of 23 milliamps, without doubting the fact that initially it must have been delivering a higher amount. This means that 0.1 gram of material provides at least 23 milliamp-hours of energy charge. And hence, 1 gram of material provides a minimum of 230 milliamp-hours of energy charge which is a phenomenal amount.
It was observed that much better results are obtained as compared to the results that were obtained when no much care was taken in the ink preparation process.
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