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Organic Depolarized Primary Batteries
Quarterly progress rept. no. 2, 15 Sep-14 Dec 1961
RADIO CORP OF AMERICA SOMERVILLE NJ
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A method is presented for testing various carbon blacks used with organic nitro-cathode materials based on the ability of the carbon black to adsorb m-dinitrobenzene from 2N magnesium perchlorate saturated with m- dinitrobenzene. The data obtained from adsorption tests and capacity tests for absorbed m-dinitrobenezene on various carbon blacks are summarized. Effects of reaction products are discussed, and adsorption-capacity tests are summarized for two carbon blacks selected as superior to others tested. A-cell-capacity test data are given. Eighteen-month storage-test results are given for AZ-10 magnesium A-cells 3-month storage-test data are presented for AZ-21 magnesium A-cells made with various carbon blacks.
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