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New way to recharge non-rechargeable batteries! Works even better!

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by KellyClarksonTV, Jul 7, 2004.

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  1. The other day I found two alkaline batteries in a closet. Their voltages were
    almost zero (0.05V and 0.13V to be specific). I decided that, since most
    alkaline batteries wouldn't charge well after full discharge, to reverse-charge
    them instead ... quite some results, getting them to about -1.2V each ... don't
    know how long they will last at that ...
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