10 facts about batteries

10 facts about batteries


Can today set the "Day to check your batteries "? There is a day devoted almost to everything in the world, and that's why we are wondering - when was the last time we checked the batteries on our lens or electronic weighing scale?
So to honor the battery, and in the hope that you checked your batteries, we would like to mention some facts and figures about the batteries.
1 . The first battery was created by Alessandro Volta in 1798.
2 . Archaeologists tend to argue that batteries were much older than that. In 1938, a 13-centimeter ceramic pot was discovered in Iraq containing a copper roll surrounded by an iron rod. It is considered to be an ancient battery.
3 . It is estimated that every year 1,500,000 tonnes of batteries are imported into Europe.
4 . The first rechargeable battery was invented in 1859 when the French physicist Gaston Plante invented the cellular cell, which is still used in cars today. The cell-cell has paved the way for the creation of NiMH, NiCd and lithium-ion batteries and other types of rechargeable batteries Commonly used for items such as LED lenses.
5 . Unlike milk, the expiration date in a battery pack does not mean it has to be thrown away. Batteries may begin to lose some performance once an expiration date comes in, but they still have a lot of life.
6 . The founder of the Eveready battery, Conrad Hubert, invented the lens in 1898.
7 . The word "battery" was used by Ben Franklin to describe several Leyden jars, which were considered sources of energy during his time. He pulled the word from the military term "battery", which defined a group of weapons that worked together.
8 . The first tiny batteries were not developed until the 1950s when Eveready brought them to market. This discovery has forever changed the way people wore their watches.
9 . In 1802 William Cruickshank of the United Kingdom invented the first electric battery capable of mass production. In other words, the public can now access batteries.
10 . You can make a potato battery . Although it will not be strong enough to power an LED torch.


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