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This post is to explain what we did in lab #2  (Building a battery)  
Ps. you are reading from my Mom/Dad's perspective



What the class and I did in lab #2 building a battery is well we built a battery here is how we did it:

We got 1 zink strip, 1 copper strip, a cup of copper-sulfate, some tape, blotter paper, a grain of wheat light bulb, and a rubber band we put all the stuff together and then we put it in the copper sulfate and the light bulb lit up.

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