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What does ZABEU stand for?

ZABEU stands for Creation of a Zinc/Air-Battery-system-Infrastructure for the European Union

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In yet further alternative approaches, zinc air batteries may be mechanically recharged by replacing the depleted zinc anode and zinc enriched electrolyte with an externally regenerated zinc anode and acid electrolyte (e. g. , Creation of a zinc/air-battery-system-infrastructure for the European union (ZABEU) EU Project TR/00013/94). Mechanically recharging zinc air battery systems generally avoids dendrite formation within the battery, however, requires availability of spare anodes and electrolyte at the point of recharge, which may pose a significant logistic problem for everyday use of secondary rechargeable zinc air batteries.
In yet further alternative approaches, zinc air batteries may be mechanically recharged by replacing the depleted zinc anode and zinc enriched electrolyte with an externally regenerated zinc anode and acid electrolyte (e. g. , Creation of a zinc/air-battery-system-infrastructure for the European union (ZABEU) EU Project TR/00013/94). Mechanically recharging zinc air battery systems generally avoids dendrite formation within the battery, however, requires availability of spare anodes and electrolyte at the point of recharge, which may pose a significant logistic problem for everyday use of secondary rechargeable zinc air batteries.
In yet further alternative approaches, zinc air batteries may be mechanically recharged by replacing the depleted zinc anode and zinc enriched electrolyte with an externally regenerated zinc anode and acid electrolyte (e. g. , Creation of a zinc/air-battery-system-infrastructure for the European union (ZABEU) EU Project TR/00013/94). Mechanically recharging zinc air battery systems generally avoids dendrite formation within the battery, however, requires availability of spare anodes and electrolyte at the point of recharge, which may pose a significant logistic problem for everyday use of secondary rechargeable zinc air batteries.