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Research Paper | Chemistry | Philippines | Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018
Utilization of Natural Made Compost as Potential Source of Electricity
Maria Eva E. Diongco Ed. D. | Catherine Del Rosario
Abstract: Utilization of natural made compost from fruits and vegetable scraps, saw dust and fish entrails in producing electrical energy was the focused of the study. Determination of Electric potential, LED brightness and Time Duration interval of the Natural Made Compost as possible source of energy using distilled and potable water and identification which proportions of the compost and the type of water significantly affect the potential source of energy were considered. This study utilized Experimental research design and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and mean in testing and gathering of data. The results revealed that 2 kg of compost diluted in potable water produces 7.82V electric potential than distilled water. Moreover, in lighting up an LED, 2kg composed took 30-20.67 days as compared to 1kg and 1.5kg, which are 9.67, 11.33, 13.33, 14.33 days respectively which means that Electric Potential and Time duration interval were significantly affected by the amount of compost and type of water used but not in terms of LED brightness.
Keywords: natural made compost, source of electricity, fruits and vegetable scraps
Edition: Volume 7 Issue 2, February 2018,
Pages: 360 - 362
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