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  • 1 nickel-iron alkaline battery — noun : edison battery …

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  • 2 Nickel–metal hydride battery — NiMH redirects here. For other uses, see NIMH (disambiguation). Nickel–metal hydride battery Modern, high capacity NiMH rechargeable cells specific energy 60–120 W·h/kg[1] …

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  • 3 Nickel-metal hydride battery — Batteries caption=Modern, high capacity NiMH rechargeable batteries EtoW=30–80 Wh/kg EtoS=140–300 Wh/L PtoW=250–1000 W/kg CtoDE=66% [http://www.powerstream.com/NiMH.htm] EtoCP=2.75 Wh/US$ [ [http://www.powerstream.com/NiMH.htm NiMH Battery… …

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  • 4 Nickel–iron battery — specific energy 30[1] −50[2] Wh/kg energy density 30[1] Wh/l specific power …

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  • 5 battery — /bat euh ree/, n., pl. batteries. 1. Elect. a. Also called galvanic battery, voltaic battery. a combination of two or more cells electrically connected to work together to produce electric energy. b. cell (def. 7a). 2. any large group or series… …

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  • 6 Battery — /bat euh ree/, n. The, a park at the S end of Manhattan, in New York City. Also called Battery Park. * * * Any of a class of devices, consisting of a group of electrochemical cells (see electrochemistry), that convert chemical energy into… …

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  • 7 Nickel–cadmium battery — From top to bottom – Gumstick , AA, and AAA Ni–Cd batteries. specific energy 40–60 W·h/kg energy density 50–150 W·h/L specific power 150& …

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  • 8 Nickel oxyhydroxide battery — (abb. NiOx) is a type of primary cell (non rechargeable). NiOx batteries excel in high drain applications such as digital cameras, and in this role, they can provide up to twice the life of an alkaline battery.[1] NiOx batteries of this chemistry …

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  • 9 Nickel–zinc battery — specific energy 100 W·h/kg energy density 280 W·h/L specific power > 900 W/kg Energy/consumer price 2–3Wh/US$ Cycle durability 400–1000[ …

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  • 10 Nickel–hydrogen battery — A nickel–hydrogen battery (NiH2 or Ni–H2) is a rechargeable electrochemical power source based on nickel and hydrogen.[1] It differs from a nickel–metal hydride (NIMH) battery by the use of hydrogen in …

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  • 11 Nickel-cadmium battery — Batteries caption=From top to bottom Gumstick , AA, and AAA NiCd batteries. EtoW = 40–60 Wh/kg EtoS = 50–150 Wh/L PtoW = 150W/kg CtoDE= 70%–90% [ [http://www.batteryuniversity.com/partone 11.htm Charging nickel based batteries ] ] EtoCP= ? US$… …

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  • 12 Battery (electricity) — For other uses, see Battery (disambiguation). Various cells and batteries (top left to bottom right): two AA, one D, one handheld ham radio battery, two 9 volt (PP3), two AAA, one C, one …

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  • 13 Nickel — This article is about the chemical element. For other uses, see Nickel (disambiguation). cobalt ← nickel → copper ↑ Ni ↓ Pd …

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  • 14 Nickel–lithium battery — The nickel–lithium battery, also known as Ni–Li, is an experimental battery using a nickel hydroxide cathode and lithium anode. The two metals cannot normally be used together in a battery, as there are no electrolytes compatible with both. The… …

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  • 15 History of the battery — could only function in a certain orientation. Many used glass jars to hold their components, which made them fragile. These practical flaws made them unsuitable for portable appliances. Near the end of the 19th century, the invention of dry cell… …

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  • 16 Rechargeable battery — A rechargeable lithium polymer Nokia mobile phone battery …

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  • 17 List of battery types — In science and technology, a battery is a device that stores chemical energy and makes it available in an electrical form. Batteries consist of electrochemical devices such as one or more galvanic cells, fuel cells or flow cells. Although,… …

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  • 18 Mercury battery — A mercury battery (also called mercuric oxide battery, or mercury cell) is a non rechargeable electrochemical battery, a primary cell. Due to the content of mercury, and the resulting environmental concerns, the sale of mercury batteries is… …

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  • 19 Zinc–air battery — specific energy 470 (practical),1370 (theoretical) Wh/kg[1][2] (1.692, 4.932 MJ/kg) energy density 1480 9780 Wh/L[c …

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  • 20 Sodium–sulfur battery — Cut away schematic diagram of a sodium–sulfur battery. (image courtesy NASA John Glenn Research Center). A sodium–sulfur battery or liquid metal battery is a type of molten metal battery[1] constructed from sodium (Na) and sulfur ( …

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