Jenzel's Solar Research

Websites

http://www.ehow.com/how_2056821_make-solar-panel.html
This website shows a step-by-step instruction on using everyday objects around the house to create an efficient solar panel. This can give me an idea on how I am going to make the solar panel that is going to power up the hot plate.

http://www.instructables.com/id/SIBMZ38FDO29L3U/
This explains how to create a solar panel from broken solar cells. Maybe i can use this idea to power up the mixer with 6 volts…I'm just not sure about the materials needed.

Google searched: how solar power works

http://ezinearticles.com/?How-Does-Solar-Power-Work?&id=68282
This website describes a bit on how solar power mainly works. It talks about the materials used and exactly how sunlight becomes electricity that can be used to power up electrical objects.

http://ezinearticles.com/?Solar-Power-How-It-Works&id=81383
This is another website that also shows how a solar panel works. Unlike the other website, this was separated by numbers, so it seemed to be easier to understand than the other.

http://www.howstuffworks.com/solar-cell.htm
This explains how solar panels work as well, and it is exactly structured as the website that we were supposed to look into before about motors. I seemed to understand more about solar panels from this website, as it is really explanatory and accurate as well.

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