Alkaline and ordinary batteries
Alkaline and conventional batteries are mainly supplied in the usual sizes and batteries' nostalgia - AA , AAA, Medium (C) and Large (D-Flex).
These batteries provide the energy needed for a large part of the home electronics, and despite the fact that they have not changed much in their appearance, the structure and technology used in them have completely changed.
The output voltage of these batteries, which is actually a dry cell, is 1.5V.
The 9-volt battery is the newest form used in these batteries, which consist of 6 1.5-volt cells in their building, which together are seamlessly interconnected.
The difference between ordinary batteries and alkaline
Older battery-based ingredients are zinc and carbon alloys, while in the new generation of these batteries, along with the zinc and carbon alloys, chlorine is also used. While the ingredients are alkaline batteries, manganese dioxide and zinc.
Alkaline batteries have four to six times more capacities than conventional batteries and have more power. These batteries are usually not weakened, but they are completely out of service after the end of the capacity. Although priced more expensive than conventional batteries.