What is in a battery?

February 1999
European Power News;Feb99, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p23
Trade Publication
Provides information on various aspects of lead-acid batteries. Electric potential of each cell; Basic applications; Tips in choosing correct size of battery; Overcharge; Sulphation/undercharge; Service life; Recommended normal operating temperature.


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