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> > The big problem is that, the AL is not source of energy its only store
> > that.
> Just like gasoline, propane, coal, or any other fuel.
Indeed. The advantage of Aluminium is that it is potentially recyclable -
effectively "rechargeable" by again performing the original electrolytic
process on it. Adds are though it's more economic to just use more Bauxite
than to collect the used Al oxide. Quite what you do with it instead is
another matter. As someone else pointed out, Zinc is arguably rather easier
to handle in this respect.
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