- A rechargeable acid battery for use with an electric cap lamp .
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lead-lead acid cell — ˈled|led noun : a storage cell in which the positive plate is lead dioxide, the negative plate is spongy lead, and the electrolyte is dilute sulfuric acid … Useful english dictionary
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acid cell — noun 1. anatomy : a gastric parietal cell 2. a. : an electric storage cell with an acid electrolyte (as dilute sulfuric acid) b. : lead lead acid cell * * * 1. Elect. a cell using an acid electrolyte … Useful english dictionary
lead-acid accumulator — noun a battery with lead electrodes with dilute sulphuric acid as the electrolyte; each cell generates about 2 volts • Syn: ↑lead acid battery • Hypernyms: ↑storage battery, ↑accumulator • Hyponyms: ↑car battery, ↑automobile … Useful english dictionary
lead-acid battery — noun a battery with lead electrodes with dilute sulphuric acid as the electrolyte; each cell generates about 2 volts • Syn: ↑lead acid accumulator • Hypernyms: ↑storage battery, ↑accumulator • Hyponyms: ↑car battery, ↑aut … Useful english dictionary
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