Kitchen Science for Kids: Making a Fruit Battery Out of a Lemon

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14 Responses

  1. Alan Roge says:

    This was my Long Term Science Project (6t Grade Science B)

  2. Bob Layner says:

    That was awsome

  3. Cindy says:

    Hi, me and my friends are doing a science project for sixth grade. We were looking for a experiment (involving lemons) for hours and finally we found one on this blog. Thanks! 🙂

  4. Ruth James says:

    I need to do this with my kids. They love science experiments. Thanks for sharing all of the steps for this!

  5. dudeguy says:

    This is no different from any other web sight I have been to

  6. aswome says:

    this help me on the project

  7. aswome says:

    this is for my science fair project

  8. cladiyah pierce says:

    hi my name is cladiyah and im going to do the lemon light bulb project for my science project at school can i have more details for the for the materials and do i have to use an christmas light bulb

  9. Mark says:

    Tried it, it didn’t work, used a voltmeter and was only getting .91 volts with one lemon. Ended up using four lemons and an LED bulb, which finally worked.

  10. Catherine says:

    HELP!!!! We are having trouble lighting the bulb.  We have tried several LED bulbs with one lemon.  Please recommend the best bulb to use and where to buy it. 

    Thank you
    Cathy

  11. Bonnie says:

    It didn’t with we tried so many times but nothing we tried with many different lights different pieces of copper but to no avail. Daily my daughter had to do another project. We just can’t understand after countless hours why wouldn’t this work for us? 

  12. diamania says:

    i love how you teach us how to learn how to do a science project that we never did in my life  thank you

  13. louie says:

    Tried it did not work. Don’t know why?

  14. jr says:

    I think its a great idea to do this

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