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Batteries

Science ISU
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Maxine Escano

on 3 June 2013

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Transcript of Batteries

W History of the Battery 1800 1859 1868 1888 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c - part of the physics unit
- related to current electricity
- learned about different types of batteries
- also related to chemistry because of chemical reaction happening in the batteries
- related to the first thing we learned in the course, safety in the lab What is a battery?
A battery is a device that contains cells which creates a chemical reaction, producing electricity. Fun Facts Did you know...?
‘heavy duty’ batteries are the least powerful batteries
alkaline batteries can be stored in the freezer to prolong their life
you can make batteries using things you would usually find at home Batteries Different Types and
Sizes of Batteries How is our topic, batteries, related to the grade 9 Science course? Different Types
- primary
- secondary
- dry cell
- wet cell Different Sizes Sizes vary to correspond to a certain device. Some batteries that are as small as a button are used for watches while some batteries are as big as a building to operate a city.
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