Battery chargers are used to recharge batteries which, after discharge, can be restored to a fully-charged state. Rechargeable batteries or secondary cells differ in terms of design and chemistry. Iron electrode batteries feature good energy density and low self-discharge, but have a low efficiency and provide poor low-temperature performance. They are more expensive than lead acid batteries, a type of rechargeable battery that accounts for almost 60% of all batteries sold...
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