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rechargeable battery

[rē′chär·jə·bəl′bad·ə·rē]
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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Rechargeable Batteries in US$ Million by the following Battery Chemistries: Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel-Metal Hydride, Lithium Ion, and Lithium Ion Polymer.
com)-- Electronics Warehouse (EW), a leading online retailer of electronics accessories and rechargeable batteries for mobile devices, announced today that they now carry the full line of Vapex Instant NiMH rechargeable batteries, and believes that the emerging Vapex brand offers consumers better value and flexibility over name brands, while matching the name brands' level of quality and reliability.
Any hospital or healthcare facility relies heavily on rechargeable batteries to treat patients and operate smoothly.
Rechargeable batteries now provide the power for the many devices that have become a common part of our lives: phones, cellular phones, laptop computers, camcorders, digital cameras, remote-control toys and many more.
said Tuesday it will resume production of lithium ion rechargeable batteries for industrial use in March 2008 for the first time since withdrawing from the business in the summer of 2004.
TSE: 6764; NASDAQ: SANYY), the world leader in rechargeable batteries, announced a new next-generation nickel metal hydride battery 'eneloop' to be sold from November 14, 2005.
Many of the rechargeable batteries that power cell phones, laptop computers, medical implants, and hybrid cars contain some of the same electrode technology that was used in Thomas Edison's day.
Nickel-metal hydride rechargeable batteries are also available in the standard sizes, and are often used as an alternative to alkalines.
AS RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES FIND THEIR WAY INTO YOUR UNIT, GIVE THEM A GOOD HOME.
Atlanta-based Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation (RBRC), a nonprofit, public-service organization dedicated to recycling rechargeable batteries, has announced its collection data for the first half of 2003.
SAN DIEGO -- In response to growing consumer demand, PowerGenix, developer and manufacturer of nontoxic, high performance Nickel-Zinc (NiZn) rechargeable batteries, announced today an agreement with Canada-based Ingram Micro, one of the world's leading technology distributors, to stock PowerGenix's AA batteries at retail outlets throughout Canada starting in January.
All serious analysts predict that these will be responsible for the majority of expenditure on rechargeable batteries over the coming decade, notably in the lithium-ion form.