No, I think the energy/volume density is higher also. The pack I got to
power my DAT player is of about the same volume as 3 of the 4 AA cells it
normally takes combined. The three AA NiCad cells would provide only 3.6v
at 1100 mAh. The Li Ion pack provides 7.2v at 1350 mAh.
As I said, i think the reason there are no AA rechargeable Li Ion
batteries is that the cell voltage is 3.6 volts and is dictated by the
chemistry. Since an AA is nominally supposed to be 1.5v this would be too
Chip Stratton wrote:
> It may not have as good an energy/volume ratio (just a
> guess) which would account for it not appearing in AA
> rechargeable cells.
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