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### Author Topic: Understanding Batteries (PDF) ebook  (Read 6216 times)

#### amigo

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##### Understanding Batteries (PDF) ebook
« on: December 27, 2008, 05:40:48 AM »
While cruising the web, stumbled upon the following title:

Not for the lighthearted though, especially those who slept through their inorganic chemistry classes - it's time to refresh your knowledge now.

#### Magnethos

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##### Re: Understanding Batteries (PDF) ebook
« Reply #1 on: December 27, 2008, 12:38:07 PM »
Good info amigo,
There is also a website called BatteryUniversity.com

I made some research about batteries and I determined that a battery is like a magnet, since a battery is called a Dipole and a magnet is a Dipole also and we can extract energy from magnets too.

I determined too that a battery is an Asymmetric Pole system. And a Magnet is a Symmetric Pole system. When we move a magnet, we're de-symmetricaling the Poles and there is an energy production. When a battery is discharging, means that battery is turning the asymmetric poles into symmetric poles. Symmetric poles = no power because the bipolar gate is closed.

Asymmetric poles = opened bipolar gate = energy production.

So, the Amperage-Hour is not the amount of electrons that the dipole can draw in a hour. The Amperage-Hour is the time the bipolar gate is opened, the time while the poles are asymmetric, the time while energy is flowing due to the asymmetri in the poles.

So, a magnet = Static DC electricity due to the symmetri in the poles.