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Re: (ET) batts
At 09:58 AM 12/17/06 -0500, Neil Dennis wrote:
Just saw an article in the paper about a "new" lead-acid battery that
uses carbon foam somehow, it's supposed to be lighter, more efficient
(even than the 'exotics"). Wonder what that's all about?
It looks like an interesting idea, I don't know yet what the tradeoffs are
though. I'd want to see what happened to the internal resistance,
longevity and physical fragility. I'm reserving judgement until I see some
actual test results.
Using foam electrodes is fairly well established in NiMH cells so it's not
From the Divided by a Common Language File (Edited to protect the guilty)
ME - "I'd like to get Price and delivery for connector Part # XXXXX"
Dist./Rep - "$X.XX Lead time 37 days"
ME - "Anything we can do about lead time? 37 days seems a bit high."
Dist./Rep - "that is the lead time given because our stock is live.... we
currently have stock."