Graphite battery

(Elec.) a voltaic battery consisting of zinc and carbon in sulphuric acid, or other exciting liquid.

See also: Graphite

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Kurt Kelly at Firefly Energy, Inc., Peoria, Ill., found a solution to both of these problems by incorporating carbon-graphite foam technology into a conventional battery structure, with the Carbon Foam Graphite Battery. Firefly's 3-D cell architecture involves replacing the conventional lead metal-based plate with a carbon foam electrode in such a way as to be easily incorporated into existing lead-acid manufacturing processes.
For identical configurations, the Carbon Foam Graphite Battery occupies a volume of 3.8 L vs.