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Make a Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery

How to make a Lithium Thionyl Chloride Battery capable of generating 2.8v with enough current to power a LED. Warning: Thionyl Chloride is EXTREMELY toxic ...

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NOW, the only question is how to acquire Thionyl Chloride. It's not as though anyone can just order it. The only practical synthesis i can find involves producing phosgene.... which im not entirely comfortable handling without a fume hood... what are your thoughts on submerging a closed system in a water bath?
+FunkyBass Sulfur trioxide and monosulfur dichloride make thionyl chloride.
+FunkyBass You don't handle phosgene in a fume hood. You don't handle it all! There are dozens of safer battery demos to do. Or do you think it's cool to gamble with your life? Besides, if you fuck around with phosgene outside of a professional laboratory or industrial environment following a whole bunch of regulations, such as at a residence, you deserve to have the cops called on you. Generally I support people doing whatever they want. As long as it doesn't endanger others. But I wouldn't tolerate a neighbor running synths. with phosgene unless he's some kind of expert and I know what he's doing, what kind of apparatus, and that the quantities are small enough to not worry about. The legal environment is already bad enough for people who merely want to play with fairly innocuous chemicals, without people constantly making explosives and other stupid shit in their homes.
Even with phosgene at home. Even at work/university be very careful, but there the work with it is most restricted...
err... 1 way system of gas generators. CO mixing with Cl2  (UV light catalyst)... leading to the ass end of a SO2 gen... last chamber has a water bubbler keeping excess gasses essentially neutralized... but also performed outside in a well ventilated area. I think this might be a more fulfilling experiment than the battery itself! haha. Lend me your thoughts.

Introducing Aquacell

The water activated eco-friendly battery with an infinite shelf life.

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The 3D rendering and animation is just awful. Could have done better...
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Briggs & Stratton Explains the shelf life of gasoline and how it relates to your powered equipment

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Old bad gas causes problems. When storing gas or a vehicle it is important to use it up yearly if you added Stabil or Seafoam to it when you filled up. It is easier to run the vehicle out of fuel and put fresh in yearly than deal with the problems that bad fuel causes. Most small engine problems are due to gas going bad and not because of ethanol. Small engines have ALWAYS had problems with stale fuel gumming up the carburetor when left in for long periods of time. When a small engine like a lawn mower, leaf blower, chain saw, is being put up for the winter run it out of fuel before putting it away. In the spring when filling your gas can for the first time add some Sta-Bil or Seafoam to the gas to extend its life. Gas generally starts to go bad after 30 -60 days. By adding the fuel stabilizer it will extend its life. When you put equipment away for the season run it out of fuel first. 
Just because you have a 5 gallon gas can that does not mean you need to buy 5 gallons of fuel. If you only use 3 gallons of fuel during a season then only buy 3 gallons. If you have any left over at the end of the season put it in your vehicle and use it up. Do not let it sit in the garage and get old and stale. That is asking for problems. Always use fuel stabilizer when you buy fuel and at the end of the season run the tool out of fuel.
False advertising. Shelf life was not discussed. Just a general warning against "E 15" and old gas. I would like to know what the actual shelf life of gasoline is before it damages a small engine.
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