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Vanadium-tin battery. Would any acid work, or would it require a particular kind? Tin being a crumbly metal, that would probably be better with a weaker acid like citric or acetic acid (like from lemons or vinegar), instead of hydrochloric or sulfuric. But you never know.

Date: 2016-01-29 02:05 am (UTC)
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The role of an acid in a battery is to act as a ion conductor and electron donor. How about using a oxidising agent instead? Like weak hydrogen peroxide.

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