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Structure and reaction formula of batteries

Batteries are structured according to type.
Here we show the contents of various batteries, which is something you cannot normally see.

• Zinc-carbon battery (1.5V) Enlarge
• Alkaline manganese battery (1.5V) Enlarge
Structure of Zinc-Carbon Battery
Structure of Alkaline Manganese Battery
• Nickel primary battery (1.5V) Enlarge
• Lithium primary battery (3.0V) Enlarge
Structure of Nickel Primary Battery Structure of Lithium Primary Battery
• Silver oxide zinc battery (1.55V) Enlarge
• Zinc-air battery (1.4V) Enlarge
Structure of Silver Oxide Zinc Battery
Structure of Zinc-Air Battery
• Ni-Cd battery (1.2V) Enlarge
Structure of Ni-Cd Battery
• Ni-MH battery (1.2V) Enlarge
Structure of Ni-MH Battery
Structure of Ni-Cd Battery
Structure of Ni-MH Battery
• Lithium ion battery (3.7V) Enlarge
• Lead-acid battery (2.0V) Enlarge
Structure of Lithium Ion Battery Structure of Lead-Acid Battery