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ALKALINE/LITHIUM BATTERIES Ade Librado, Efren Vasquez, Cory Plouf, and Jordan Toor
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Batteries Batteries are chemical devices that store energy and can release the energy as electricity Batteries are used in practically all mobile electronic devices, as well as in combination with other electricity sources, such as hybrid cars
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Alkaline Batteries Type of disposable batteries dependent upon the reaction between zinc and manganese oxide. They get their name because it has an alkaline electrolyte of potassium hydroxide, as opposed to the acidic electrolyte of the zinc-carbon batteries which are offered in the same nominal voltages and physical size.
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Alkaline Batteries The anode (negative terminal)is made of zinc powder and the cathode (positive terminal) is composed of manganese dioxide. Some alkaline batteries are designed to be recharged, but most are not. Attempts to recharge may cause rupture, or leak hazardous liquids which will corrode the equipment.
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Alkaline Batteries
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This note was uploaded on 07/24/2011 for the course EEL 3531 taught by Professor Llewelyn during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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