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Batteries are vital in our everyday world. Whether you’re listening to your mp3 player, driving a car, or camping in the wilderness, you are making use of the technology brought to you by the people who have pioneered in the science of batteries.
If you’ve ever been interested in learning the physics and chemistry behind batteries, you’ve found the right book. Written by the assistant professor of physics at Harvard University, Dr. Harry W. Morse, this book is for the historical seeker who wishes to learn the fundamental science of batteries.
Without a strong knowledge of the fundamentals, it is virtually impossible to appreciate the complex and dynamic technology that is used in modern-day batteries. This book provides the background needed to understand the complex inner workings of batteries that can be transferred to the technology that is in use nowadays.
Approaching a wide array of topics, from fundamental cell reaction to the physical characteristics of early batteries, this book is a manual for anyone wishing to learn the ins and outs of basic battery technology. Delving into issues concerning the storage of power, and the activation of said power, Morse jumps head first into this complex field. Bringing a wealth of information to the table, perhaps no one is better at explaining the fundamental science of batteries than Morse himself.
Anyone looking for a trip into the past will appreciate this book, whether they have a vested interest in the technology behind the earliest batteries, or a simple curiosity driving them to discover how batteries do what they are meant to do. No matter what your reason is for pursuing knowledge in this complex field, you will find something helpful in this book.
- Introductory and historical
- Some electrochemical fundamentals
- About Ions
- The fundamental cell-reaction
- The active ions
- Some pertinent physical queries
- Energy relations
- Reactions at the electrodes
- Charge and discharge
- Internal resistance
- Physical characteristics
- Formation of plante plates
- Paste plates
- Diseases and troubles
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