flashlight battery


Also found in: Dictionary.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to flashlight battery

a small dry battery containing dry cells

References in periodicals archive ?
Adjusting for two central factors, inflation and the large percentage of the African population with no disposable cash at all, a rough estimate of the potential flashlight battery market in urban and rural Africa amounts to US$800-billion in 2005, or approximately 1.
The term zeta potential refers to a voltage quantity, similar to the voltage of a flashlight battery.
Some products, such as the NanoAmp N01L1618N1A, can retain data for in excess of 100,000 years on the energy available in a single flashlight battery.
The device is powered by something similar to a flashlight battery, Morris said.
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.
Zinc Matrix Power develops a polymer-based rechargeable alkaline battery technology similar to common flashlight battery chemistry.
For example, a car battery has lead/lead-oxide electrodes and a liquid electrolyte consisting of dilute sulfuric acid, while an ordinary flashlight battery has zinc and carbon electrodes in a solid electrolyte largely made up of manganese dioxide grains.
Zinc Matrix Power develops a polymer-based rechargeable alkaline battery technology that is very similar to common flashlight battery chemistry, but, has demonstrated about two times the energy to volume of today's lithium-based laptop batteries in lab tests.