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electric battery

[i¦lek·trik ′bad·ə·rē]
(chemical engineering)
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There is also the issue of reliance on gasoline or diesel which are sufficient for conventional cars for longer distances, unlike the need to charge the electric battery over shorter intervals of time and smaller distances.
Black traces a continuum of rapacious energy cartels and special interests dating back nearly 5000 years, from wood to coal to oil, and then to the bicycle and electric battery cartels of the 1890s, which created thousands of electric vehicles that plied American streets a century ago.
The company also hopes to work with electric battery manufacturers to set up charging stations for consumers.
Figuring out how to store its power, he invented the electric battery.
The Mesopotamians invented beer at least 6,000 years ago and the first electric battery.
Local Korean newspaper the JoongAng Daily recently reported that the Korea Institute of Energy Research has successfully developed an electric battery and hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle constructed entirely with Korean technology.
According to ILSR, the report also notes that while "the use of hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) by itself could reduce liquid fuel consumption by 30 to 50 percent," expanding the electric-only driving capacity of HEVs' electric battery system "could reduce liquid fuel consumption by another 30 to 40 percent and allow the vehicle to run off renewable electricity," with "the dramatically reduced liquid fuel consumption that would result [enabling] the building of an ethanol highway.
The gasoline vapor is conducted into the cylinder of the engine as steam would be, and is there exploded by a spark from the electric battery.
plans to begin marketing this fall a no-pollution, noise-free motor scooter powered by a rechargeable electric battery, Yamaha Motor officials said Wednesday.
the 116-passenger buses use a hybrid combination of natural gas and electric battery power.
The electric battery had been in existence only a few years and the aluminum produced using batteries was in limited quantities and expensive.
When the car is on, an arrow flickers from the battery to the motor to the tire, signifying that power is coming from the electric battery.