A battery

  1. the battery used to heat the filaments of a vacuum tube
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  • One was apparently faulty and the other did not have a battery.
  • The liquids are pumped into a battery cell that converts the chemical energy to electrical energy. Smithsonian Mag
  • Just about every camera in the world these days has a battery, even if it is just to drive the needle on the light meter.
  • The outside activity is monitored through a battery-operated thermo sensor, which can be placed 30m away from the main unit. Times, Sunday Times
  • A quartz watch powered by a battery is constantly powered and tells accurate time all the time and do not need time adjustment.
  • The lorde, Generall perceiuing that many men were slaine with the ordenance, caused fiue peeces of brasse to bee brought from the castle which we had taken the daie before, and towarde the euening we beganne to make a battery, and the same euening brought into it three peeces, whereof two were placed presentlie to play vppon the Castle and the hill; but that euening were but fiue or sixe shotte made. The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • The officers ran out down the stairs and onto King Street, where the men of Lossburg's regiment had unlimbered a battery of cannons in a small park.
  • Emf of a battery is due to electrochemical redox reactions occuring between dissimilar metal electrodes, one of which becomes positively charged, the other of which becomes negatively charged. you can have an EMF building up a charge, and discharging the stored electrons, but you have no field of you are not doing any moving of the electrons Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions
  • Each light contains a rechargeable AA battery that stores the energy from the sun. Times, Sunday Times
  • Nowadays she heats her place with a cast-iron stove perched on firebricks in the living room, cooks with propane, and does her beadwork at night by the light of a kerosene lamp while listening to a battery-operated radio.
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