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Text from PDF Page: 001How to Cite: Jena, G., Chandra Mouli, V. S. A., Devabalan, P., Jena, S., & Jena, S. (2022). Electric lantern using sea water battery. International Journal of Health Sciences, 6(S2), 81672 8173. https://doi.org/10.53730/ijhs.v6nS2.7057 Electric lantern using sea water battery Dr. Gunamani Jena Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bonam Venkata Chalamayya Engineering College (Autonomous) Andhrapradesh, India Corresponding author email: email@example.com Dr. Chandra Mouli V S A Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bonam Venkata Chalamayya Engineering College (Autonomous) Andhrapradesh, India Dr. P Devabalan Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Bonam Venkata Chalamayya Engineering College (Autonomous) Andhrapradesh, India Mr.Shubhashish Jena CSE : OUTR: BBSR Ms. Subhashree Jena Annamalai University Abstract---In this study cathode material is used in the electrochemical process of seawater to suggest a rechargeable saltwater battery system for electric lanterns. Sodium is created from saltwater during battery charge , and oxygen of sea water helps to discharge the battery. As well stand as oxidants to energy production. Hence sodium and cathode can be brought from the sea water. During this procedure it shows the success of 72 percent as the involvement of Sodium and evolution of Cl2 in the presence of O2. This has been increased to 82 percent with a cycle of 40. Keywords---lithium-air, sodium air, sea-water battery, energy storage system, renewable energy. Introduction Seawater is the world's most plentiful resource, including a wide range of chemical species emitted by the Earth's crust and living creatures. Sodium is the most abundant chemical component in saltwater (Na and chlorides). As a result, we presented a rechargeable battery cell that employs saltwater as anode and cathode materials. The non-aqueous liquid electrolyte in the seawater battery was International Journal of Health Sciences ISSN 2550-6978 E-ISSN 2550-696X © 2022. Manuscript submitted: 9 March 2022, Manuscript revised: 18 April 2022, Accepted for publication: 1 May 2022 8167
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