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Size matters in batteries. The bigger the electrode surface area more current can be drawn. A very simple example is that of ten 1.2 V pencil cells connected in series at home vs. a 12 V lead-acid battery. Which one can start a car? The lead-acid battery-although the voltage of both batteries is the same. Not only does size matter, but the rate of electron ...


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