Battery Day - February 18
Battery Day is a holiday of the electric battery, invented by Alessandro Volta in 1800 and we use it to this day. Thanks to the electric battery invented by Volta, scientists in his time were able to study electricity and its properties.
Battery Day was celebrated on the birthday of Alessandro Volta, the Italian physicist who was born on February 18, 1745 and died on March 5, 1827.
Some facts you should know about the electric battery:
The volt, the unit of measure of electrical voltage, is named after Alessandro Volta.
Batteries should be kept in the refrigerator to prevent the appearance of chemical reactions that occur during heating. However, today's batteries are manufactured so that no chemical processes take place in them as long as they are at room temperature, up to 25 degrees.
Cooling is also a disadvantage - when you take the battery out of the refrigerator it takes time to reach peak output and produce the chemical process needed to produce energy.
The first battery built by Volta was a liquid chamber containing zinc and copper plates, placed one on top of the other, alternating between a porous material, saturated with electrolyte, usually a solution of mixed sulfuric acid. The first battery was called the "Voltaic Cell".
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