Question: What are the two main chemicals in a car battery?

What 2 things make up the electrolyte in a car battery?

The electrolyte is a mixture of sulfuric acid (H2SO4) and distilled water.

What liquid is used in batteries?

The battery contains a liquid electrolyte such as sulfuric acid, a dangerous corrosive liquid.

Which liquid is used in battery?

The battery contains a liquid electrolyte such as sulfuric acid.

What are the two types of battery?

There are two basic types of batteries: primary and secondary. Primary batteries are “single use” and cannot be recharged. Dry cells and (most) alkaline batteries are examples of primary batteries. The second type is rechargeable and is called a secondary battery.

What are the parts of a car battery?

Positive Battery Plate: The positive plate contains a metal grid with lead dioxide active material. Lid on Battery: The lid is made of polypropylene resin and sealed to the battery case. Battery Case: The case is polypropylene resin, which holds the battery plates, cast-on straps and electrolyte.

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