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Manufacturers and users of all types of defence equipment ranging from torpedoes to groundto-air and air-to-air missiles rely heavily on having available batteries with suitable characteristics and will find much to interest them throughout the book; the same applies to the manufacturers of aerospace and space equipment, the lattcr including power and back-up equipment in space vchicles and satellites, lunar vehicles, etc.
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Finally, there is the whole field of equipment in the new technologies including computers and electronics. The teams of manufacturers of equipment who manufacture all these types of equipment which require batteries for their performance include the planners and designers.
These must make decisions on the performance characteristics required in the battery and other relevant factors such as operating temperatures, occurrence of vibration and spin, etc. It is a truism to say that in many cases the piece of equipment has to be designcd around the battery.
Battery manufacturers will also find much to interesl them, for it is they who must design and supply batteries for equipment producers and who must try to anticipate the future needs of the users, especially in the new technologies.
Battery manufacturers and users alike will have an interest in charging techniques and it is hoped h a t Part 5 will be of interest to them. The development of new types of batteries usually demands new charger designs, as does in many instances the development of new applications for existing battery types.
Throughout thc book, but particularly in Chapter I, there is a discussion of the theory behind battery operation and this will be of interest to the more theoretically minded in the uscr and manufacturer industries and in the academic world. Students and postgraduates of electrical and engineering science, and design and manufacture will find much to interest them, as will members of the lay public who have an interest in power sources and technology.
Finally, it is hoped that this will become a source book for anyonc interested in thc above matters.
This would include, among others, researchers, journalists. Acknowledgements Acknowledgements are hereby given to the companics listed under Suppliers at the end of the book for supplying information on their products and particularly to the following companies for permission to reproduce figures in the text.
Catalyst Research Corporation, 9.
Groce, Each electrode, in general, involvcs an electronic metallic and an ionic conductor in contact. At the surface of separation between the metal and the solution there exists a difference in electrical potential, called the electrode potential. The electromotive force e m f. When a metal is placed in a liquid, there is, in general, a potential difference established between the metal and the solution owing to the metal yielding ions to the solution or the solution yielding ions to the metal.
In the former czse, the metal will become negatively c h q e d to the solution; in the latter case, the metal will become positively charged. Since the total e.
For this purpose, use can be made of the standard calomel electrode, which is combined with the electrode and solution between which one wishes to determine the potential difference.
II the case of any particular combination, such as the following: the positive pole of the cell can always be ascertained by the way in which the cell must be inserted in the side circuit of a slide wire potentiometer in order to obtain a point of balance, on the bridge wire.
To obtain a point of balancc, the cell must be opposed to [he working cell; and therefore, if the positive pole of the latter is connected with a particular end of the bridge wire, it follows that the positive pole of the cell in the side circuit must also be connected with the same end of the wire. The e. An arrow is therefore drawn under the diagram of the cell to show the direction of the current. Thus: From the diagram it is seen that there is a tendency for positive electricity to pass from the zinc to the solution, i.
The potential difference between zinc and the normal solution of zinc sulphate is therefore By adopting the above method, errors both in the sign and in the value of the potential difference can be easily avoided.
If a piece of copper and a piece of zinc are placed in an acid solution of copper sulphate, it is found, by connecting the two pieces of metal to an electromeler. Consequently, if the copper and zinc are connected by a wire, positive electricity flows from the former to the latter. At the same time, a chemical reaction goes on.
The zinc dissolves forming a zinc salt, while copper is deposited from h e solution on to the copper. This is the principle behind many types of electrical cell. Faraday's Law of Electrochermcal Equivalents holds for galvanic action and for electrolylic decomposition. Thus, in an electrical cell, provided that secondary reactions are excluded or allowed for, the current of chemical action is proportional lo the quantity of electricity produced.
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Also, the amounts of different substances liberated or dissolved by the same amount of electricity are proportional to their chemical equivalents. The quantity of electricity required to produce one equivalent of chemical action i-e. One faraday is equivalent to ampere seconds Introduction to battery technology or coulombs. The reaction quoted above involving the passage into solution of one equivalent of zinc and the dcposition oS one equivalent of copper is therefore accompanied by the production of 2 F C , since the atomic weights of zinc and copper both contain two equivalents.
When a current is flowing through a cell and through an external circuit, there is a fall of potential inside the cell owing to its internal resistance, and the fall of potential in the outside circuit is less than the potential difference between the poles at open circuit.
IS AB Figure 1.Perlado is the author of 4 books on energy, editor of several other books, and author of about Journal Citation Reports JCR publications. The electromotive force e. Jump to navigation Jump to search A silver-cadmium battery is a type of rechargeable battery using cadmium metal as its negative terminal, silver oxide as the positive terminal, and an alkaline water-based electrolyte.
For relatively concentrated solutions of sulphuric acid, as in the case of the example just quoted, the ratio of the activities at the two acid concentrations is similar to the ratio of the molal concentrations: The point of bal- ance is observed by a galvanometer G, which indicates when no current is passing through ANX.