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   Voltage       This is the nominal battery voltage. 
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Battery Chemistry Primary batteries are not rechargeable since the chemical reaction that produces the electricity is not reversible.
   Alkaline Primary Batteries       
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   Zinc-carbon       Available in AAA, AA, C, D and 9-volt sizes. Common applications are toys, remote controls, flashlights and other household items.  Zinc-carbon cells, also known as "Leclanché" cells, were the first widely used household batteries. Rated at 1.5 volts per cell, they are much lower in cost compared to alkalines, but also have a lower energy density. 
   Zinc Chloride       Heavy-duty zinc chloride batteries (ZnCl2) are the result of technological advances in zinc carbon battery manufacturing.  A powdery mix serves as the cathode component of the zinc chloride battery. The mix is made of manganese dioxide (the active ingredient), carbon black (for electrical conductivity and moisture absorption), and zinc chloride electrolyte (which assists the chemical reaction). 
   Magnesium       As an active primary cell, magnesium has been used successfully in a magnesium / manganese dioxide (Mg/MnO2) cell.  It has twice the service life of a zinc cell of equivalent size.  It is able to retain its capacity during storage due to a protective film that forms on the surface of the magnesium anode.  The cost is competitive. 
   Alkaline-manganese Dioxide       Containing an alkaline electrolyte of potassium hydroxide, these batteries were developed in the early 1960s and still hold a strong position in today's market.  Alkalines are a very popular, multi-use premium battery. Rated at 1.5 volts per cell, they are available in the common AAA, AA, C, D and 9-volt sizes. They have a very good shelf life and are excellent for high drain rate applications, such as electronics applications.  Alkaline batteries can deliver 50-100% more total energy than conventional carbon zinc batteries of the same size, making them popular for consumer applications.  
   Mercuric Oxide       Mercuric oxide batteries (HgO) offer a reliable and constant rate of discharge.  They can be made in a wide variety of sizes, and are intended for use in medical devices. Manufacturers have stopped designing equipment that requires mercuric oxide batteries. However, mercuric oxide batteries may remain in hospital stock for many years for use in older equipment. The shelf life of mercuric oxide batteries is up to ten years. 
   Silver Oxide       Silver oxide cells (Ag2O) are commonly found as button cells that power small electronic devices such as watches, calculators, hearing aids and other small specialty devices. Rated at 1.55 volts per cell, their advantage is small size, high energy density and long shelf life. 
   Zinc / Air       The zinc / air cell (ZnO2) is a primary battery (non-rechargeable) that is commonly used for applications such as watches and hearing aids. In relation to their physical size, zinc / air batteries store more energy per unit of weight (in terms of 220 W h/kg) than any other primary type. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary primary battery. 
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   Lithium Primary Batteries       
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   Lithium / Sulfur Dioxide       Lithium / sulfur dioxide cells (Li/SO2) are used almost exclusively in military / aerospace applications and have somewhat lower energy density than manganese dioxide-lithium or poly (carbon monofluoride) lithium cells. Their service life and energy density are less than half that of thionyl chloride-lithium cells. For safety, an "emergency" vent structure is required in the hermetically welded case. 
   Lithium / Thionyl Chloride       Lithium / thionyl chloride batteries (Li/SOCl2) have a nominal cell voltage of 3.6V, a very high energy density, and a good temperature range. Typical applications are computer-memory backup power, instruments, and small electronics. The widespread use of these batteries for consumer applications is limited because of their high cost and concerns about safety and handling. After extended shelf storage times, the lithium anode may start to form a protective film. This film will initially cause a voltage delay when first placed into service. The lithium / thionyl chloride cell also is produced with BrCl additives to yield an increase in cell voltage to 3.9V, and an increase in energy density to about 1000Wh/L with overall safer operation. 
   Lithium / Manganese Dioxide       Lithium / manganese dioxide batteries (LiMnO2) are available as cylindrical cells or as button cells. Advantages include high gravimetric and volumetric energy densities, high pulse capability, long shelf life, and operation over a wide temperature range. 
   Lithium / Carbon Monofluoride       Lithium / carbon monofluoride cells (Li/ (CF)n) are high energy density batteries used in low weight, long life applications.  These batteries use a solid cathode and organic electrolyte, and have an unparalleled safety record. Typical usages include aerospace (qualified for space use since 1976), terrestrial, marine, and missiles. 
   Lithium / Copper Oxide       Lithium / copper oxide (LI/CuO) and lithium-copper oxyphosphate cells were produced until the mid-1990s. Currently, the use of this technology is limited. 
   Lithium / Iodine       Lithium iodine cells (LiI2) exhibit outstanding performance (very low self-discharge rate, excellent reliability, very high hermeticity, etc.) but for a limited field of application, in particular for cardiac pacemakers. 
   Lithium / Silver Vanadium Oxide       Lithium silver vanadium oxide batteries (Li/SVO) are designed for medically implantable devices such as cardio defibrillators, neuro-stimulators, atrial defibrillators, and drug infusers. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary lithium primary batteries. 
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Battery Cell Size
   Standard Battery Sizes       
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   AAAA       AAAA batteries are 40.2 mm long, 8.4 mm in diameter, and ANSI / NEDA 25A. 
   AAA       AA batteries are 44.5 mm long, 10.5 mm in diameter, and IEC LR03, ANSI / NEDA 24A. 
   N       N batteries are 28 mm long, 11.5 mm in diameter, and IEC LR1, ANSI / NEDA 910A. 
   1/3 AA       1/3 AA batteries are 17.5 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   2/3 AA       2/3 AA batteries are 28.7 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   AA       AA batteries are 50 mm long, 14.2 mm in diameter, and IEC LR6, ANSI / NEDA 15A. 
   1/2 A       1/2 A batteries are 30 mm long and 14.2 mm in diameter. 
   2/3 A       2/3 A batteries are 28.5 mm long and 17mm in diameter. 
   A       Batteries are 50 mm long and 17 mm in diameter. 
   4/5 Cs       4/5 Cs are 34 mm long and 23 mm in diameter. They are sometimes referred to as 4/5 Sub-C batteries. 
   Cs       Cs are 43 mm long and 23 mm in diameter. They are sometimes referred to as Sub-C batteries. 
   C       C batteries are 46 mm long, 26 mm in diameter, and IEC LR14, ANSI / NEDA 14A. 
   1/2 D       1/2 D batteries are 37 mm long and 33 mm in diameter. 
   D       D batteries are 58 mm long, 33 mm in diameter, and IEC LR20, ANSI / NEDA 13A. 
   9V       9V batteries are 26.5 mm long, 48.5mm high, 17.5mm wide, IEC 6LR61, and ANSI / NEDA 1604A. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary standard battery sizes. 
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   Specialty Cells       
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   Nonstandard Cylindrical Batteries       Batteries are nonstandard devices and cylindrical in shape. 
   Battery Packs and Assemblies       Battery packs and assemblies are primary or rechargeable batteries packed together with a connector for cellular phones, camcorders, and cordless phones. They are also used for printed circuit board (PCB) level power. 
   Coin Cell or Button Cells       There are over forty different sizes of button and coin cells.  They are often used in devices such as watches and calculators. 
   Lantern       Lantern batteries commonly use 6 V and are ANSI / NEDA 918A, 915A, and 908A. 
   Thin Film       Thin film batteries are very thin batteries that can be built into devices such as an integrated circuit, or a plastic card. 
   Prismatic Cells       Prismatic cells have slightly lower energy densities than cylindrical cells and are more expensive to manufacture. The design of their venting systems may cause them to bulge if the battery is not used or charged correctly.  In this type of cell construction, the anode and cathode are inserted into a rectangular shaped case, with separators between them. This offers improved flexibility when designing battery packs and better use of space than the cylindrical construction method.       
   Sachet Cells       Sachet or pouch cells are a relatively new packaging design. The hard casing that typically surrounds the electrodes is replaced by a flexible foil packaging that maximizes the use of space and reduces the weight of the device. Because they can be shaped to fit a specific space, foil pouches are often custom manufactured for special applications. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary specialty cells. 
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Dimensions and Weight
   Width / Diameter       This is the width of nonstandard cells, or the diameter of nonstandard cylindrical cell batteries. 
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   Depth       This is the depth of nonstandard batteries. 
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   Height       This is the height of nonstandard batteries. 
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   Weight       This is the overall weight of the battery or battery pack. 
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Applications
           
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   General Purpose       Batteries are designed for general-purpose applications. 
   Aircraft       Aircraft batteries are FAA or PMA approved and may be lead acid or NiCad devices. They are used in aircraft systems such as emergency power, lighting, and turbine starting. 
   Automotive       Automotive batteries are generally lead acid devices that are used for starting-lighting-ignition (SLI) applications. 
   Camera / Electronic Cells       Batteries are designed for cameras or other common electronic devices. 
   Electric Vehicle       The batteries in electric vehicles (EVs) are rechargeable. They can be lead acid, nickel-iron, NiCad, NiMH, sodium sulfur, lithium, zinc and aluminum air batteries, or flywheels for nonchemical energy storage. Energy density is a main selection criterion for EV batteries. 
   Industrial / Forklift       Industrial and forklift type batteries are deep cycle devices. 
   Laptop Batteries       Laptop batteries are battery packs made specifically for use in laptop or notebook computers. 
   Marine / Recreational Vehicle       There are two kinds of marine or recreational vehicle (RV) batteries: deep cycle marine batteries and starting marine batteries. Both kinds of batteries are sealed, maintenance-free, flooded plate types. 
   Medical Equipment       Batteries are designed for use in medical equipment applications including life support, hearing aids, patient lifts, and wheelchairs. 
   Implantable Batteries       Batteries are designed for use in implantable medical devices such as pacemakers. 
   Military / Aerospace       Batteries are manufactured for military or aerospace applications, often to MIL-SPEC requirements. 
   Oil and Natural Gas Industries       Batteries are manufactured for specific applications in the oil and natural gas industries. 
   Renewable Energy       These batteries are used where discharging and charging occurs frequently. Solar or photovoltaic (PV) batteries are sealed, maintenance-free, and flooded plate devices. 
   Telecommunications       Telecommunications batteries are sealed and maintenance-free. They stay on float charge for long periods of time and deliver high outputs for short durations. 
   Toy / Hobby       Batteries are designed for use in high drain toy and hobby applications. 
   Stand-by / UPS Batteries       Stand-by batteries are used in applications such as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), emergency lighting, alarm systems, and electronic equipment. UPS batteries are sealed and maintenance-free. They stay on float charge for long periods of time and deliver high outputs for short durations. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary applications. 
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