Preliminary study on aluminum-Air battery applying disposable soft drink cans and Arabic gum polymer

S. Alva, R. Sundari, H. F. Wijaya, Edy Herianto, S. Sudaryanto, I. G.A. Arwati, D. Sebayang

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Abstract

This study is in relation to preliminary investigation of aluminium-Air battery using disposable soft drink cans as aluminium source for anode. The cathode uses commercial porous carbon sheet to trap oxygen from air. This work applies a commercial cashing to place carbon cathode, electrolyte, Arabic gum polymer, and aluminium anode in a sandwich-like arrangement to form the aluminium-Air battery. The Arabic gum as electrolyte polymer membrane protects anode surface from corrosion due to aluminium oxide formation. The study result shows that the battery discharge test using constant current loading of 0.25 mA yields battery capacity of 0.437 mAh with over 100 minute battery life times at 4M NaOH electrolyte and 20 % Arabic gum polymer as the best performance in this investigation. This study gives significant advantage in association with beneficiation of disposable soft drink cans from municipal solid waste as aluminium source for battery anode.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012039
JournalIOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Volume237
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Sep 2017

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Gum Arabic
Aluminum
Polymers
Anodes
Electrolytes
Air
Cathodes
Carbon
Beneficiation
Aluminum Oxide
Municipal solid waste
Carbonated Beverages
Corrosion
Oxygen
Membranes
Oxides

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Preliminary study on aluminum-Air battery applying disposable soft drink cans and Arabic gum polymer. / Alva, S.; Sundari, R.; Wijaya, H. F.; Herianto, Edy; Sudaryanto, S.; Arwati, I. G.A.; Sebayang, D.

In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, Vol. 237, No. 1, 012039, 22.09.2017.

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Alva, S. ; Sundari, R. ; Wijaya, H. F. ; Herianto, Edy ; Sudaryanto, S. ; Arwati, I. G.A. ; Sebayang, D. / Preliminary study on aluminum-Air battery applying disposable soft drink cans and Arabic gum polymer. In: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. 2017 ; Vol. 237, No. 1.
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