For zinc-air batteries, the air electrode is the core. The air electrode of the zinc-air battery is an ultra-thin electrode, which is in contact with both the electrolyte and the air during operation, and assumes the place of the three-phase reaction.
Zinc-air batteries, as the master of metal-air batteries, have been widely used in many fields. Especially in China, the storage of zinc ranks first in the world, which has established the status of zinc-air batteries in domestic metal-air batteries. In fact, in our lives, small and micro zinc-air batteries are already very mature products.
Zinc-air batteries use oxygen in the air as the positive active material and metallic zinc as the negative active material.
The invention of the zinc air battery has a history of more than 100 years, and it was first applied to power sources such as railway signal lights. Compared with traditional batteries, the biggest feature of zinc-air batteries is green environmental protection.
Zinc Air Battery is a new type of chemical power source that uses oxygen in the air as the positive active material and metal zinc as the negative active material. A zinc-air battery is a half battery half fuel cell.