Redox Reactions: Cells & Batteries 2: rechargeable cells
Part of a comprehensive 9-part series exploring the chemistry of both galvanic and electrolytic cells, and their many important applications.
Explores the chemistry and construction of major rechargeable formats: lead-acid, nickel-cadmium, nickel-metal hydride and lithium-ion. Spiral cell construction is explained.
The program also explores the use of battery power in electric cars.
- the lead-acid battery
- spiral cell construction
- nickel-cadmium cells
- nickel metal-hydride cells
- lithium-ion cells
- electric cars
Chemistry Consultant: Warren Moseley (Co-author, Heinnemann Chemistry 2; former member VCAA Chemistry Standing C’tee).
|Year levels||Senior Secondary - Tertiary|