What is AHI (Aqueous Hybrid Ion)? - Definition & Meaning

AHI: Stands for Aqueous Hybrid Ion. An AHI battery uses an aqueous electrolyte (salt water-based electrolyte), an activated carbon anode, manganese oxide cathode, and a cotton separator. As AHI batteries do not contain heavy metals, they are non-corrosive and non-toxic without any risk of electrolyte spillage.