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" sulphating" because the cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and during charging it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of the series. A battery may become overdischarged or remain discharged a long time on account of leakage... "
Cyclopedia of applied electricity: a general reference work on direct ... - Page 240
by American Technical Society - 1913
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Practical lessons in electricity. Elements of electricity. The electric current

American School (Chicago, Ill.), Lawrence K. Sager, Harry Cooke Cushing, Francis Bacon Crocker - Science - 1903 - 221 pages
...exceeded. (c.) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d.~) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F). (e.) A short circuit may cause " sulphating " because the...charging it receives only a low charge compared with the othor cells of the series. A batter}' may become overdischarged or remain discharged a long time on...
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Electricity, light, power

American School (Lansing, Ill.), Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus - Engineering - 1903
...exceeded. (e.) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d.) The electrolyte may be too hot (about 125 F). (f.) A short circuit may cause "sulphating'' because the...circuit) and when charging it receives only a low charge as compared with the other cells of the series. A battery may become overdischarged or remain discharged...
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The generating plant

Francis Bacon Crocker - Electric lighting - 1904
...exceeded. (c) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F.). (e) A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and during charging it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of the series. A battery...
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Cyclopedia of Applied Electricity: Dynamos; Motors; Storage batteries

American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Electric engineering - 1905
...(<".) Tile electrolyte may be too strong. (r/.) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125"' F). (<'.} A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the...cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and when charo-iucr it receives only a low charge compared with the othor cells of the series. A battery may...
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Cyclopedia of Engineering: A Manual of Steam Boilers, Steam Pumps ..., Volume 5

Louis Derr - Electric engineering - 1906
...exceeded. (c.) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d.) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F). (e.) A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the...charging it receives only a low charge compared with the oth^r cells of the series. A batter}' may become overdischarged or remain discharged a long time on...
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Electrical Railroading

Sidney Aylmer Small - Electric railroads - 1908 - 918 pages
...hours. (c) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F.). (e) A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and during charging it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of the series. A battery...
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Electrical railroading; or, Electricity as applied to railroad transportation

Sidney Aylmer-Small - Electric railroads - 1908 - 924 pages
...hours. (c) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F.). (e) A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and during charging it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of the series. A battery...
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Cyclopedia of applied electricity, Volume 4

American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Technology & Engineering - 1908
...exceeded. (r) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F.). (e) A. short circuit may cause sulphating, because the cell becomes discharged (on oIx?n circuit), and, when charging, it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of...
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Elementary electricity up-to-date: a complete, practical guide for the ...

Sidney Aylmer Small - Electricity - 1909 - 443 pages
...hours. (c) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F.). (e) A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and during charging it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of the series. A battery...
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Elementary Electricity Up-to-date: A Complete, Practical Guide for the ...

Sidney Aylmer-Small - Electricity - 1918 - 431 pages
...hours. (c) The electrolyte may be too strong. (d) The electrolyte may be too hot (above 125 F.). (e) A short circuit may cause "sulphating" because the cell becomes discharged (on open circuit) and during charging it receives only a low charge compared with the other cells of the series. A battery...
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