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group of guns or missile launchers operated together at one place

a collection of related things intended for use together

a unit composed of the pitcher and catcher

a series of stamps operated in one mortar for crushing ores

the heavy fire of artillery to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target

an assault in which the assailant makes physical contact

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To date, the researchers envision the minimal current produced being useful for such applications as powering remote sensor stations, thus avoiding the necessity of long trips to change batteries.
Compared to other consumer batteries, such as those used in cars or radios, the experimental sulfur-aluminum aqueous cell holds more energy per pound, discharges longer, weighs less, and uses fewer noxious chemicals, Licht told a meeting of the American Chemical Society in Chicago last week.
Thin film batteries use new materials created using nanotechnology to achieve components that are used to manufacture batteries 40 times more efficient than current batteries.
So inspect the batteries during PMCS and report any corrosion to your mechanic.
According to the Atlanta-based Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), the Act streamlines state regulatory requirements for collecting rechargeable nickel-cadmium and lead batteries and encourages voluntary industry programs to recycle them.
But researchers at the Israel Institute of Technology invented super batteries that could run CD players and flashlights - and say the new batteries also could come in the rechargeable forms needed to power video cameras, laptop computers, even electric cars.
Bruce Jagid, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, indicated, "The acquisition of Dowty Batteries represents a major milestone in our efforts to commercialize solid state rechargeable batteries, which will be used in the rapidly growing wireless electronic products market.
Better rechargeables and new alkaline [traditional] batteries with virtually no mercury will save landfill space and address environmental concerns,' predicts Duracell's James Donahue.
Though often considered the next generation of portable power, lithium-based batteries have so far failed to live up to their potential.
As the energy source, batteries are one of the most important accessories for mobile phones.
Working in the heat also affects the Water in lead-acid batteries.
Companies that recycle batteries use a variety of techniques and processes to maximize resource recovery safely and profitably.
The solution: advanced lead-acid batteries, a refinement of the same batteries found in every vehicle in the world today.
Company Showcases Power for High-Tech Devices and New Products Powered by The World's Longest Lasting AA and AAA Batteries
In hot weather, proper storage and handling procedures for commo batteries are a must.