Did you ever wonder how a battery lights a torch bulb, starts an auto or fires up a laptop? The secret is in the chemistry. So let’s get going right away
Auto lead acid batteries work well, because they are among the simplest electrical devices we know. They comprise lead plates
Winter is almost upon us. This year, things are a little less certain thanks to recent storms in various parts of the world.
So here’s the thing, we do not normally like repeating posts. We’d like every article to be unique and to add fresh knowledge to our understanding of the world of batteries.
China is booming. Firstly it has the second largest economy in the world. Secondly, its population is more than four times that of the United States.
On this week’s dose of environmentally friendly initiatives, we’d like to open a discussion and provide an explanation for the ever famous green roofs! To start off, we’d like to define them: So… What Exactly Is A Green Roof? A green roof system is a layer on the per-existing roof of a building which includes […]
Electricity and batteries go hand in hand with electrochemistry and physics. These topics keep over 10,000 scientists busy at Argonne National Laboratory.
There are approximately 1.2 billion autos in the world. Thanks to efficient recycling there are likely as many lead-acid car batteries.
There is a pile of stuff out there on the internet about preserving smartphone battery life. And this has become increasingly essential as the devices worm their way into every aspect of our lives.
We are beginning to discover that not everything on social media is as reliable as a fresh-charged battery. Thus, we are sad to report some posts have dubious motives