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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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As energy source, battery is one of the most important accessories for mobile phones.
A battery consists of a positive electrode, a negative electrode, a porous separator that keeps the electrodes from touching, and an ionic electrolyte, which is the conducting medium for ions (charged particles) between the positive and the negative electrodes.
Hawker AGM batteries come fully charged and should need no special battery chargers.
Through this breakthrough development, SANYO has realized a rechargeable battery that can challenge dry cell batteries in user-friendliness through features such as making possible use immediately after purchase or once charged, its ability to be used anytime.
For each battery ``rounded up'' and returned to the auto club's designated recycling sites, the AAA Battery Service will donate $1.
A digital camera might cost $50 to $100 more with a rechargeable battery, but battery life can be minutes and sometimes up to an hour longer than the throwaway varieties.
As the premier developer of custom battery systems for use in performance-critical applications, Micro Power is addressing the pervasive battery life problems facing the portable power industry, as manufacturers require more usable power to support a new generation of portable equipment.
The battery industry and equipment manufacturers created the Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation in 1994 to recover used rechargeable batteries, but that addresses only part of the equation.
The new battery uses sulfur and aluminum to store charge, more than doubling the discharge time of a typical D-cell flashlight battery, says Stuart Licht, a chemist at Clark University in Worcester, Mass.
They do not take the home off grid, but they power lights, electronics, small appliances, and the car battery.
Carefully scrape away heavy corrosion from the battery clamps and terminals with battery terminal cleaner, NSN 5120-01-430-1993.
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.
The California Safe Schools Assessment, released by the California Department of Education, covers the 1998-99 academic year and tallies a range of school crimes - from battery and possession of a weapon to property crimes like vandalism, graffiti and arson.
Japan's A&T Battery Corporation was recently formed as part of a joint venture between Toshiba and Asahi Chemical Industry to develop lithium ion batteries.