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energy density

n.
The energy per unit volume of a region of space.
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Maxwell's K2 3V cells higher voltage and increased energy density contributes to overall system optimization and is ideal for a variety of applications, including transportation, automotive and grid uses.
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Enevate's HD- Energy Technology already delivers up to 25% higher energy density for everyday use in smartphones, tablets, ultra- thin/hybrid notebook PCs, and wearables.
Now, to streamline its Extra Easy plan and to super-power weight loss, Slimming World has identified the foods that are really low in energy density and will speed up your weight loss (S foods), as well as those that have the most filling power (P foods).
"At Slimming World we call foods that are lowest in energy density and have the most filling power 'Free Foods'.
Primary lithium batteries are preferred for medical applications because they offer the highest specific energy (energy per unit weight) and energy density (energy per unit volume) of any battery chemistry.
This biobattery can get an energy-storage density of about 596 ampere-hours (A/h) per kg - an order of magnitude higher than the 42 A-h/kg energy density of a typical lithium-ion battery used in various gadgets.
This review looks at portion size and energy density of food - two major determinants of children's energy intake.

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