||International ElectroChemical Commission
||An electrolyte made motionless by use of a gel additive or AGM separator. See also Gel-Cell Battery and Recombinant.
||The total opposition that a battery offers to the flow of alternating current. Impedance is a combination of resistance and reactance.
||The current that a cell or battery supplies when first placed on load. Also referred to as starting drain.
||A material — such as rubber, some plastics and glass — that is highly resistant to conducting electricity.
|Internal Resistance (Ri)
||The opposition to direct current flow within a battery, which causes a drop in closed-circuit voltage proportional to the battery's discharge rate.
|International ElectroChemical Commission (IEC)
||A worldwide organization that establishes standards in the electrical and electronic fields.