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Synonyms for battery

Synonyms for battery

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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Hawker AGM batteries weigh approximately 88 pounds.
Batteries have a property to release the stored energy in small amounts (this phenomenon is called 'self-discharge').
More HEVs on the road will equal more NiMH batteries that will eventually make their way into recycling streams.
While the Santa Clarita office is not accepting batteries, a collection site is located nearby at Lion's Towing, in the 76 station at 25835 N.
With more than a dozen different batteries available for everyday applications, choosing the right one can be confusing.
Batteries have metals in them, and because of that, you'll never have a battery that's truly `green.
Sulfur and aluminum are wonderful chemicals for batteries," Licht says.
Wind and solar power can be stored by using thin film batteries that in turn are used to power electronics, LED lights, and small appliances in the home.
Mechanics, Pages 3-16 through 3-24 of TM 9-6140-200-14, Operator's, Unit, Direct Support and General Support Maintenance Manual for Lead-acid Batteries (Sep 98), have the complete scoop on cleaning and maintaining batteries.
Alkaline batteries do trickle into battery collection programs and can be recycled, but not in significant numbers.
Improved batteries are needed,'' says Stuart Licht, a chemistry professor who led the research team in trying a host of materials, from sulfur to tin, before they discovered an unusual form of iron boosts battery life.
Unfortunately, the traditional alkaline batteries, which account for over 90 percent of household batteries used today, cannot, be recharged.
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.