wet cell


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wet cell

[′wet ‚sel]
(electricity)
A primary cell in which there is a substantial amount of free electrolyte in liquid form.
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All of these methods require knowledge of the contact lens refractive index (RI), CT and BOZR to obtain in air power readings, in addition to taking into account the influence of the wet cell itself.
Wet cells biomass was processed with Labsonic[R]P homogenizer at 25 kHz in 100% power level for 15, 30 and 45 minutes as shown in Table 1.
They also have to withstand numerous charge/discharge cycles, so a wet cell battery has fewer, thicker lead plates.
At the Sandtown wet cell, leachate collects in a sump at the base of the landfill.
DRY-ALL's unique drying technology will dry wet cell phones fast.
Using patented, electrically controlled permanent lifting magnets, a series of magnetic plate handling systems are independently powered by a 24-volt DC wet cell battery, eliminating the need for a power supply cable reel to be located on the hoist/crane.
Keep in mind that generators, wet cell batteries and gas lanterns are prohibited.
As more variations of wet cell batteries come into the marketplace--sealed absorbed-glass mat types, mainly--we've seen a profusion of so-called "smart chargers" intended to prolong their service life by avoiding ruinous overcharging.
But every time I've gone to fish it in November I've always taken a floating line with a 10 foot ultra-quick sinking tip, as well as a Wet Cell 2 and a box of smaller flies.
The Radial Appliance & Wet Cell Battery--Two Electrotherapeutic Devices Recommended by Edgar Cayce, by D.