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Battery

The use of excessive physical force against another person. If no injury results from battery, it is a tort; Otherwise, it is a crime.
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Lithium ion batteries typically use graphite or some carbonaceous material as one of the electrodes.
Both sodium and lithium batteries explode if water touches them.
Wind and solar generators operating in residential settings store energy in thin film batteries for use in autos.
Just be careful about getting any of the baking soda solution IN the batteries.
Millard says the group's collection of recyclable batteries increased 12 percent in 2002 to roughly 3.
From the outside, the super-iron batteries look identical to conventional'' AA or AAA batteries, he said in an e-mail interview from Haifa.
develops, manufactures and markets lithium batteries for use in applications requiring high energy, reliable and long lasting power sources.
Unfortunately, the traditional alkaline batteries, which account for over 90 percent of household batteries used today, cannot, be recharged.
Mobile phone batteries tend to be lighter, thinner and higher capacity.
First off, the batteries need to be checked by your mechanic using the optical battery/antifreeze tester, NSN 6630-00-105-1418.
The method by which consumer type nickel-cadmium batteries and the industrial nickel-cadmium batteries are processed in this plant involves several steps.
Lead-acid batteries are proving their mettle today at a 24-hour electric vehicle endurance run at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.