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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.
This much needed household accessory comes in a bag and dries out wet cell phones in a short 48 hour period.
Thus for the different distributions, the average volumes of the wet cells are nearly same as the average volume of all cells (Table 4) and hence there is no effect of the distribution of volumes of the cells on the percolation curve.
DryNow has been created to remove water from a wet cell phone.
A Wet Cell 2 line helped to sink both, six or seven feet down and great takes came fast and furious.
The GNB Flooded Classic 2-PDQ product range represents an exciting opportunity to better serve our customers with a high performance, high-reliability product line that complements our existing network power wet cell storage products," said Keith Schmid, Vice President of the Exide Technologies Industrial Energy Division in North America.
So what are you supposed to do if you end up with a wet cell phone?
Loch Leven's stocked rainbows can be quite high up in the water, so be prepared to fish with a Wet Cell 2 or a fast glass line, again with black and green or black and silver flies.
This new kit has hyperfast dry time and a patent pending absorption chamber that dries wet cell phones in as little as 6 hours.
The only secret Peter is giving away is that he started off fishing a DI7 ultra fast sink line, and later on when he discovered fish taking nearer the top, a Wet Cell 2.
In recent years, telecom service providers have turned to VRLA batteries to replace traditional flooded wet cell batteries, expecting reduced battery maintenance and replacement costs.