C battery

NOUN
  1. battery used to maintain the grid potential in a vacuum tube
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How To Use C battery In A Sentence

  • An electric battery was discovered in a rock carbon dated approximately 500,000 years ago.
  • When the spring is fully compressed, it is released suddenly to charge an electric battery by magnetic induction. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ford said it will bring out a compact minivan in the U.S. that can be offered as a gas-electric hybrid, an all-electric battery-powered vehicle or a standard gasoline-powered model. Car Makers Roll Again
  • A ½ x ½ inch ceramic battery can transform body heat into electrical power.
  • _inseparable in such bodies as these_, namely, the passing of a current, and decomposition; and this is as true of the cells in the battery as of the water cell; for no voltaic battery has as yet been constructed in which the chemical action is only that of combination: _decomposition is always included_, and is, I believe, an essential chemical part. Experimental Researches in Electricity, Volume 1
  • A very beautiful instance of applied science to art is electrometallurgy, in which metals are deposited by means of the galvanic battery in any required form or shape, and this process of gilding and plating is executed with marvellous rapidity. Lectures on Popular and Scientific Subjects
  • The heat switch is another autonomous device that moderates a heat transfer path in order to maintain a specific battery temperature.
  • If we take, for example, sulphuric acid and zinc and make what we call a galvanic battery, we see that from two chemical substances a third — a salt — is made in addition to which we have a peculiar energy produced called electricity. Manhood of Humanity.
  • The large intestine acting as a bioelectric battery.
  • Our phaeton was a small, white, swan-shaped carriage, ornamented with golden designs, and propelled by a galvanic battery in the graceful swan-head, which at my request took the place of the ordinary steed. Strange Visitors
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