Secondary Cell Batteries

Secondary batteries, also known as secondary cells, or rechargeable batteries, must be charged before first use; they are usually assembled with active materials in the discharged state. Rechargeable batteries are (re)charged by applying electric current, which reverses the chemical reactions that occur during discharge/use. Devices to supply the appropriate current are called chargers. The oldest form of rechargeable battery is the lead–acid battery. This technology contains liquid electrolyte in an unsealed container, requiring that the battery be kept upright and the area be well ventilated to ensure safe dispersal of the hydrogen gas it produces during overcharging. The lead–acid battery is relatively heavy for the amount of electrical energy it can supply. Its low manufacturing cost and its high surge current levels make it common where its capacity (over approximately 10 Ah) is more important than weight and handling issues. 

  • Redox flow battery
  • Lead-acid battery
  • Lithium Ion battery
  • Lithium air battery
  • Magnesium Ion battery
  • Nickel–cadmium battery
  • Nickel–zinc battery
  • Nickel metal hydride battery
  • Polymer-based battery
  • Rechargeable alkaline battery
  • Silver calcium battery
  • Sodium-ion battery
  • Sodium–sulfur battery
  • Ultra battery

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