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What is the principle of disposable batteries?

What is the principle of disposable batteries?

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Disposable batteries (Primary Battery) commonly known as "run out" batteries, because they are exhausted, can not be reused, can only be discarded.
May 9, 2017
Zinc-manganese battery - the voltage is about 1.5V, the battery capacity is low, the output of the battery is also low, almost replaced by alkaline manganese batteries, but will not be stored in the long-term leakage of harmful corrosive liquids, it is still used in low The use of electricity at the same time need long-term use of the device, such as bell, infrared remote control and so on.
May 9, 2017
Alkaline manganese batteries - about 1.5V voltage, battery capacity and output of the battery than zinc and manganese batteries, but less than nickel-metal hydride batteries, long-term storage after the leakage of harmful corrosive liquids.
May 9, 2017
Lithium battery Li-voltage of about 3V, battery capacity and output of the battery is extremely high, you can store ten years still quite power, but the price is more expensive.
May 9, 2017
Other disposable batteries include zinc batteries, zinc empty batteries, zinc mercury batteries, mercury batteries, hydrogen batteries and magnesium manganese batteries.
May 9, 2017

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