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Ah is a unit of electric charge, not power.
1 Ah = 3600 Coulombs, so 1 mAh = 3.6 Coulomb
Power is a derivative of energy (or work) delivered/used in an instant.… see more
Ah is a unit of electric charge, not power.
1 Ah = 3600 Coulombs, so 1 mAh = 3.6 Coulomb
Power is a derivative of energy (or work) delivered/used in an instant.
Power is measured in Watts: 1W = 1 J/s
You cannot "store" power, but you can store energy. see less
Ah is a unit of electric charge, not power.
1 Ah = 3600 Coulombs, so 1 mAh = 3.6 Coulomb
Power is a derivative of energy (or work) delivered/used in an instant.
Power is measured in Watts: 1W = 1 J/s
You cannot "store" power, but you can store energy.

Mariusz Krawiec
· November 22, 2016
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When you tend to use stronger batteries in low drain devices like remotes or children's toys (if there are slow drain kid toys anymore I'm an 80s baby sorry) those are the batteries that you see that tend to leak or corrode over time when you open it up 5 years later when its dead and change the battery and you see the… see more When you tend to use stronger batteries in low drain devices like remotes or children's toys (if there are slow drain kid toys anymore I'm an 80s baby sorry) those are the batteries that you see that tend to leak or corrode over time when you open it up 5 years later when its dead and change the battery and you see the build up. That's most likely why. Now I'm not saying they will explode so don't panic and grab everything in the house, its just something to be mindful of. see less When you tend to use stronger batteries in low drain devices like remotes or children's toys (if there are slow drain kid toys anymore I'm an 80s baby sorry) those are the batteries that you see that tend to leak or corrode over time when you open it up 5 years later when its dead and change the battery and you see the build up. That's most likely why. Now I'm not saying they will explode so don't panic and grab everything in the house, its just something to be mindful of.
Jason M Pederson
· February 7, 2018
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Here's a writeup.
https://onezero.medium.com/unraveling-the-secret-supply-chain-behind-an-amazonbasics-battery-e7b9ead4d72e

J
· November 1, 2019
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They definitely leak i had to switch to Energizer lithium. If you use the device somewhat consistently then there will be no leaks but if not expect leaks.
W. Martinez
· December 16, 2019
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They can be used in any device that requires AA batteries.
Rick Kelley
· July 23, 2020
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Shrimp wrapped in packs of four, with a resealable box.
Anthony Gonzalez
· March 18, 2018
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Work great for the price. Have not compared them to Duracell. Seem to last just ad long as other batteries I have paid more for.
Matt
· May 2, 2015
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No, instead buy a Maximal Power Alkaline Battery recharger for $30 & use it to recharge all your AA, AAA, C, D & 9 volt batteries. I have used it for many years & you will receive the best performance recharging alkaline batteries at around 1/2 discharge instead of allowing it to go completely dead.
Using the alkaline… see more
No, instead buy a Maximal Power Alkaline Battery recharger for $30 & use it to recharge all your AA, AAA, C, D & 9 volt batteries. I have used it for many years & you will receive the best performance recharging alkaline batteries at around 1/2 discharge instead of allowing it to go completely dead.
Using the alkaline battery recharger, batteries will recharge to 90% up to 10 times. After that the recharge rate begins to drop off & after 20 times they are only good for very low drain applications such as a TV remote control, computer mouse & such but will be able to recharge for these low drain applications around 100 times. see less
No, instead buy a Maximal Power Alkaline Battery recharger for $30 & use it to recharge all your AA, AAA, C, D & 9 volt batteries. I have used it for many years & you will receive the best performance recharging alkaline batteries at around 1/2 discharge instead of allowing it to go completely dead.
Using the alkaline battery recharger, batteries will recharge to 90% up to 10 times. After that the recharge rate begins to drop off & after 20 times they are only good for very low drain applications such as a TV remote control, computer mouse & such but will be able to recharge for these low drain applications around 100 times.

J. French Rennier
· November 9, 2017
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I cannot verify this is true in all parts of the country but in my area the batteries in Dollar Tree are of the "heavy duty" variety which is older, less powerful technology compared to Alkalines such as these Amazon batteries. There is also no "Dollar Tree" brand available in my area. IMO for most uses the Amazon ba… see more I cannot verify this is true in all parts of the country but in my area the batteries in Dollar Tree are of the "heavy duty" variety which is older, less powerful technology compared to Alkalines such as these Amazon batteries. There is also no "Dollar Tree" brand available in my area. IMO for most uses the Amazon batteries are a much better deal, on a per-battery basis the packs sold in Dollar Tree may be lower but Alkaline batteries put out more than twice the power (depending on the specific use many times three times the power) of what is available in my area's Dollar Trees and taking that into account these Amazon batteries are the better deal. see less I cannot verify this is true in all parts of the country but in my area the batteries in Dollar Tree are of the "heavy duty" variety which is older, less powerful technology compared to Alkalines such as these Amazon batteries. There is also no "Dollar Tree" brand available in my area. IMO for most uses the Amazon batteries are a much better deal, on a per-battery basis the packs sold in Dollar Tree may be lower but Alkaline batteries put out more than twice the power (depending on the specific use many times three times the power) of what is available in my area's Dollar Trees and taking that into account these Amazon batteries are the better deal.
Amazon Customer
· March 22, 2016
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No, Alkaline cells are no considered rechargeable.
Jeff H
· August 26, 2017