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NASA On The Hunt For A New Ultimate Space Battery

National Aeronautics and Space Administration is now on the lookout for a new battery that is able to keep its spacecraft energized throughout the new expedition. This battery NASA hopes will be able to take space aircraft further away from the earth than ever before. The older lithium and hydrogen batteries will remain inadequate to […]

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Are you Aware of Chemistry

Most of the people that work with batteries aren’t really of their internal chemistry. Would that worry you? It shouldn’t really since most of the times you don’t need to know about it. There are two types of batteries, a rechargeable one and a primary one. Primary batteries are designed to be used only once […]

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Salt – An Effective Way of Energy Storage

A large number of people believe that the use of non-renewable energy is not effective since they are not able to produce enough energy to cater to the whole community. Contrary to popular belief, though, renewable energy resources produce large amounts of energy, the only problem is that we lack the ability to sustain it […]

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Will Medical Devices of the Future be Battery Free?

Recent developments according to recently published medical science and technology journal are making it an increasing possibility to not use batteries in medical devices ever again. The study highlighted how nanogenerators have been implanted in different medical types of equipment instead of batteries. These devices that are polymer based take energy from the person’s beating […]

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5 Items that have Replaced Gas Power with battery

What is the one thing that is making it switch from gas to electricity? Your answer would almost certainly be cars. While that is the most publicized one, cars aren’t the only items making this move. From power plants to lawnmowers, gas power is being replaced by battery-powered engines. Why is the Switch Taking Place? […]

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Get Ready to Recycle Your Batteries

What do you do when the batteries that you use are of no use? The last thing to do is putting them in trash and forgetting about them. Whether the battery is used in your remote, flashlight, car, child’s toy of power tool, you should realize that batteries take years to decompose. Once they do, […]

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New Technologies in Batteries

Developing new batteries that are longer lasting is hard work because there are no new elements being discovered. The earth can only give us so many elements. The first battery running on a dry cell was developed in the year 1866, and ever since that day, we have been trying tirelessly to improve it.   […]

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The Death Of the Car Battery and Lack of Battery Jump Starter

Only a few things in life can be as dreaded as turning on the ignition and getting to know that the car’s battery is dead. While no one would like such a scenario, it is one that is common and it is best to stay prepared for one. The best way to do that is […]

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5 Household Devices You Can Backup during Power Failure with a Single UPS Unit!

  Desktop Computer and Monitor Has this ever happened to you? You are working on your computer and suddenly the power goes out. Your screen turns black, and you are sitting in the dark, wishing you had clicked Save more often, or recalling a time when you were on your laptop or tablet and the […]

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Average Household and the Number of Batteries

Most people are only aware of the importance and need of a battery when one of their device’s batteries dies and they are desperately scrambling to look for a replacement or a charger. Have you ever considered the importance of batteries in your everyday household? If you get to know the extent to which our […]

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