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ENGRI 111 ENGRI 111 BATTERIES
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In the News In the News Sony To Ask Notebook Battery Customers For Global Recall Toshiba Will Recall 340,000 Notebook Batteries Dell To Announce Massive Laptop Battery Recall It's Panasonic's Turn To Recall Batteries Lenovo Recalls 526,000 ThinkPad Notebook Batteries pcmag.com
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Batteries Batteries Convert chemical energy to electrical energy Ability to donate and receive electrons Electrochemical reactions where electrons are transferred from one chemical species to another Battery is an electrochemical cell divided into two half cells Reaction proceeds when the two cells are connected by an electrically conducting pathway
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Batteries Batteries Terminal that passes electrons into the circuit when battery discharges is the anode (negative terminal) Terminal that receives electrons is the cathode (positive terminal) Electrolyte: Ionically conducting medium Wet Dry (Gel) Primary or disposable Secondary or rechargeable
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First Battery First Battery Alessandro Volta - 1800 Copper www.britannica.com
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