There are enough electrolytes in blood, saliva, urine, and many other bodily fluids that they can be used to make working batteries. However you need to take two dissimilar metals (e.g. copper, zinc) and immerse the two metals in such bodily fluids to make a battery. And such metals are not present in the situation cited in the question.
No, a human can not be a battery. A battery uses a chemical reaction between two chemical components to produce a voltage. The human body does not contain enough of these compounds to produce a voltage compared to a 1.5 volt dry cell. Being immersed in water will not effect the fact that the human body does not generate voltages of the magnitude of a dry cell battery.
Alternator is defective or battery has a dead cell.
No. Sperms are human cells and in hypotonic condition (i.e swimming pool), the cell membrane will rupture and thus kills the cells
Dead cell in the battery, or parasitic drain from a light that is on or a relay that is stuck.
Depends on the number of cells and the chemistry being used. A 3-cell Alkaline battery would be 4.5V while a 3-cell NiMH would be 3.6V
Yes, it will :)
Both are plant cells while the human cell is concidered an animal cell
wet cell battery
No, an automobile battery is a wet cell battery not a dry cell battery.
chromosomes contain mitochondria, which acts just like a battery.
The cell's " battery " that stores and releases the energy the cell needs to do work. ( at least eukaryote cells )
One, The whole D cell battery is the cell.
The same thing it does in an animal cell. The mitochondria is the site of adenosine triphosphate synthesis. The mitochondria is the " battery " of the cell while ATP is the energy " currency. "
Solar cell, primary cell, secondary cell, battery, car battery, rechargeable battery.
(in order from earliest to latest) The Baghdad Battery of antiquity, Voltaic Pile, Daniell cell, Grove cell, Lead-acid cell, gravity cell, Leclanche cell, zinc-carbon cell, nickel-cadmium battery, nickel-iron battery, common alkaline battery, nickel hydrogen battery, nickel metal-hydride battery, lithium and lithium ion battery.
another name for a battery is a cell a cell is one battery and a battery is a two or more cells or batteries
How long does a Battery 6 Cell battery last
Can be a dead cell in the battery which will fully discharge the battery over night. The battery must be replaced. Of course any battery will loose it's charge over a few months of storage.
A dry cell battery is full of solid or paste-like electrolytes. One example of a dry cell is anode, which is a zinc metal. A wet cell battery is full of liquid electrolytes. One example of a liquid cell is an old car battery.
if it is any think over 1 volt it is not a cell battery it is just a 6 volt battery if you had a 1 volt then it would be a cell battery
towel, cell phone, watch, book, hair...
The length of a human nerve cell ranges from a fraction of a inch to several feet while it's diameter is 0.001mm to 1 mm.
The cells that make up the tree contain a cell wall and cellulose, while the human skin cells have no cell wall and only a cell membrane.
The connections on a dry cell auto battery are totally different than a regular wet cell battery.
No, a lead acid battery is a wet cell battery and a 9 volt alkaline battery is a dry cell battery.
It can be a dead cell in the battery which means the battery must be replaced. It can also be a light is on somewhere on the vehicle or you have a stuck relay.