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Linden's handbook of batteries

Linden's handbook of batteries

Author: David Linden; Thomas B Reddy
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3ed edView all editions and formats

Focuses on the fast-charging advances in cell efficiency over the past six years.


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Linden; Thomas B Reddy
ISBN: 0071359788 9780071359788
OCLC Number: 232700371
Notes: Revised edition of: Handbook of batteries / David Linden, editor in chiref. 2nd ed. c1995.
Description: pages cm
Contents: Part 1: Principles of Operation. Chapter 1: Basic Concepts. Chapter 2: Electrochemical Principles and Reactions. Chapter 3: Factors Affecting Battery Performance. Chapter 4: Battery Standardization. Chapter 5: Battery Design. Chapter 6: Selection and Application of Batteries. Part 2: Primary Batteries. Chapter 7: Primary Batteries--Introduction. Chapter 8: Zinc-Carbon Batteries (Leclanche and Zinc Chloride Cell Systems). Chapter 9: Magnesium and Aluminum Batteries. Chapter 10: Alkaline-Manganese Dioxide Batteries. Chapter 11: Mercuric Oxide Batteries. Chapter 12: Silver Oxide Batteries. Chapter 13: Zinc/Air Batteries--Button Configuration. Chapter 14: Lithium Batteries. Chapter 15: Solid-Electrolyte Batteries. Part 3: Reserve Batteries. Chapter 16: Reserve Batteries--Introduction. Chapter 17: Magnesium Water-Activated Batteries. Chapter 18: Zinc/Silver Oxide Reserve Batteries. Chapter 19: Spin-Dependent Reserve Batteriies. Chapter 20: Ambient-Temperature Lithium Anode Reserve Batteries. Chapter 21: Thermal Batteries. Part 4: Secondary Batteries. Chapter 22: Secondary Batteries--Introduction. Chapter 23: Lead-Acid Batteries. Chapter 24: Valve Regulated Lead-Acid Batteries. Chapter 25: Iron Electrode Batteries. Chapter 26: Industrial and Aerospace Nickel-Cadmium Batteries. Chapter 27: Vented Sintered-Plate Nickel-Cadmium Batteries. Chapter 28: Portable Sealed Nickel-Cadmium Batteries. Chapter 29: Portable Sealed Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries. Chapter 30: Propulsion and Industrial Nickel-Metal Hydride Batteries. Chapter 31: Nickel-Zinc Batteries. Chapter 32: Nickel-Hydrogen Batteries. Chapter 33: Silver Oxide Batteries. Chapter 34: Rechargeable Lithium Batteries (Ambient Temperature). Chapter 35: Lithium-Ion Batteries. Chapter 36: Rechargeable Zinc/Alkaline/Manganese Dioxide Batteries. Part 5: Advanced Batteries for Electric Vehicles and Emerging Applications Chapter 37: Advanced Batteries for Electric Vehicles and Emerging Applications --Introduction Chapter 38: Metal/Air Batteries. Chapter 39: Zinc/Bromine Batteries. Chapter 40: Sodium-Beta Batteries. Chapter 41: Lithium/Iron Sulfide Batteries. Part 6: Portable Fuel Cells Chapter 42: Portable Fuel Cells - Introduction Chapter 43: Small Fuel Cells (Less Than 1000 Watts). Part 7: Appendices Definitions Standard Reduction Potentials Electrochemical Equivalents of Battery Materials Standard Symbols and Constants Conversion Factors Bibliography Battery Manufacturers and R&D Organizations
Other Titles: Handbook of batteries
Responsibility: David Linden, Thomas B. Reddy.


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HANDBOOK OF BATTERIES Smaller, lighter, more powerful and longer-lasting batteries are necessities in the increasingly portable, ever-more-wireless world of laptops, handheld, cell phones, medical Read more...

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