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  • curprev 01:3301:33, 21 May 2023Bmezine talk contribs 1,801 bytes +1,801 Created page with "<html><div class="mw-content-ltr" dir="ltr" id="mw-content-text" lang="en"><p><br/> When you put two different metals into your mouth, under some conditions you can form a simple battery and actually generate a small current. </p><p>If you have silver fillings (i.e. dental amalgam — mercury, silver, tin, and copper), along with jewelry containing a noble metal (i.e. one that doesn't corrode such as osmium, titanium, platinum, niobium, gold, etc.), you can get <b>electr..."