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Can You Test Battery Charge By Dropping It?
posted September 12 2013 10:27.54 by spic0m




Can you determine the charge of an alkaline battery by simply dropping it and see how high it bounces?


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  • At 12 September 2013, 13:42:01 user hagewe wrote:   [reply @ hagewe]
    • Tried with car batteries - broke bench.












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