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  1. #1 Aluminum in alkaline environment , Self-reactive, Solution 
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    Primary battery technology
    Solve the aluminum from the reaction. Alkaline batteries can be made ​​of aluminum
    I'm looking for battery manufacturers, to test
    I want to contact the battery manufacturer in Japan, did not find the contact details


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    You want to contact battery manufacturers with those (barely) 4 lines? And why make batteries aluminium? Aluminium dissolves in acids, alkaline, in contact with halogens it forms halides and with water it oxidizes. Aluminium is crap. but aluminium oxide has a pretty dense structure so it will take a while for it to corrode.

    A better idea of what to use for batteries is any polymer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwolver View Post
    You want to contact battery manufacturers with those (barely) 4 lines? And why make batteries aluminium? Aluminium dissolves in acids, alkaline, in contact with halogens it forms halides and with water it oxidizes. Aluminium is crap. but aluminium oxide has a pretty dense structure so it will take a while for it to corrode.

    A better idea of what to use for batteries is any polymer.
    I believe that you have completely missed the point.

    The OP appears to be searching for a battery based on the reaction of aluminium in alkaline conditions.

    Some rechargeable aluminium batteries have been made, but there does not appear to be any available in the marketplace at present.

    Aluminium-air batteries are available from Phinergy, but they are not able to be re-charged.
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