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  • All about electrochemistry
    The eight pages in this section of the Chem1 Virtual Textbook cover elementary electrochemistry in somewhat greater depth than is found in standard textbooks, but at a level still suitable for first-year college and advanced high school courses. It should also be helpful as review material for students in more advanced courses in analytical and physical chemistry. This material is also available as a pdf document suitable for viewing or printing
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  • DoITPoMS TLP - Batteries
    This TLP investigates the basic principles, design and applications of batteries. It covers both primary and rechargeable batteries, how they work and how they may be used. * Aims * Before you start * Introduction * Basic principles * Thermodynamics and kinetics * Primary batteries: * • Zinc/carbon batteries * • Alkaline/manganese oxide batteries * • Zinc/silver oxide batteries * Secondary batteries: * • Lead/acid batteries * • Lithium batteries * Battery characteristics * The future * Questions
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  • Electricity
    Circuits, Conductors, and Batteries | eThemes | eMINTS
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  • Howstuffworks "How Batteries Work"
    Ba­tteries are all over the place -- in our cars, our PCs, laptops, portable MP3 players and cell phones. A battery is essentially a can full of chemicals that produce electrons. Chemical reactions that produce electrons are called electrochemical reactions. In this article, you'll learn all about batteries -- the basic concept at work, the actual chemistry going on inside a battery, rechargeable versions, what the future holds for batteries and possible power sources that could replace them.
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