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Aluminium batteries are commonly known as aluminium-air batteries, due to the reaction of oxygen in the air with aluminium. Aluminium batteries are a very interesting battery chemistry due to the extremely high energy density. In the past, however, the technology has been limited to non-rechargeable primary batteries, with very limited shelf-life. For these reasons, the batteries have traditionally had very limited applications and have not been widely used.
- An overview of aluminium-air batteries
- Simple homemade aluminum-air battery
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