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LALos Angeles
LALouisiana (US postal abbreviation)
LALove Always
LALatin America
LALibrary Association (UK)
LALiving Area
LALocation Area
LALanguage Arts
LALane
LALimited Availability
LALeft Arm
LALancaster (UK post codes)
LALarge Animal
LALocal Authority
LALouis Armstrong (singer)
LALance Armstrong (cyclist)
LAListing Agent
LALoan Amount
LALaos
LALegislative Assembly
LALicense Application
LALoan Agreement
LALiberal Arts
LALandscape Architect
LALate Arrival
LALimited Area (security)
LALucas Arts
LALao People's Democratic Republic
LALos Alamos (publication)
LALead Acid (batteries)
LALower Alabama
LALibrary Assistant
LAAnnual Leave
LALeft Atrium (heart chamber)
LALow Alcohol (beer)
LALawrence Academy (Massachusetts, USA)
LALadies Auxiliary (VFW)
LALost Abbey (San Marcos, CA brewery)
LALow Altitude
LALegislative Affairs
LALink's Awakening (video game)
LALanthanum
LALegislative Assistant
LALinear Actuator (motors)
LALoad Allocation
LALinoleic Acid
LALauantai (Finnish: Saturday)
LALinear Analysis
LALocal Application
LALethbridge, Alberta (Canada)
LALog Analyzer (software)
LALightening Arrester (electricity)
LALaunch Approval (US NASA)
LALactobacillus Acidophilus
LALead Auditor
LALaunch Area (space centers; various locations)
LALavochkin (Soviet aircraft designer)
LALogistics Analyst
LALost Animal
LALife Assured (insurance)
LALead Agent
LALittle Athletics (QLAA)
LALymphoma Association (UK)
LALoad Address (IBM)
LALenkungsausschuss (German: steering committee)
LALinea Aerea Nacional (Lan-Chile, IATA airline code)
LALeptomeningeal Angioma (Sturge Weber syndrome)
LALewiston/Auburn, Maine
LALandscape Area (zoning)
LALightning Attack (gaming)
LALateral Area (geometry)
LALagrange Academy (LaGrange, GA)
LALink Adaptation (wireless communications)
LALow Approach
LALaboratory of Anthropology (Museum of New Mexico)
LALetter of Authority
LALaser Annealing
LALocal Alarm
LALine Adapter
LALumen Area
LALight Assist (nursing)
LALeukotriene Antagonist
LALearning Aptitude
LALength-For-Age
LALiverpool Arms (UK)
LALow-Alarm
LALevel Absolute
LALeap Attack (Diablo II game)
LALegend Arena (online game)
LALaboratorios América (Correction! Guatemala Central America)
LALlama Alliance (gaming clan)
LALocator Arm
LALupic Anticoagulant
LALetter of Activation
LALow Angle Detachment Zone
LALinguoaxial
LALaboratorios América SA (Spanish, Colombia)
LALicensie d'Arts
LALinear Adaline Algorithm
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Lead acid batteries are majorly employed for starting, lighting, and ignition in automotive application.
If successful, this could mean high performance lead acid batteries that can be distributed through existing closed loop supply chains and then fully recycled.
Browse Full: "Global Lead Acid Battery Market Opportunity & Assessment, 2014 - 2020" Report at http://www.futuremarketinsights.com/reports/details/global-lead-acid-battery-market
"Used lead acid batteries are classified in Philippine regulation as hazardous waste...
Since the government of Pakistan is signatory to a number of international Protocols and Conventions on human health as well as environment, the main responsibility rest with it to take effective steps in this regard in addition to initiation of a study to calculate the worst effects of use of lead acid batteries at homes.
The vehicle is to be priced at INR600,000 for the lead acid version and INR1,000,000 for the lithium ion spec.
How to dispose used lead acid battery from your car:Do not place spent lead-acid battery into the same skip for general wastes.
One of the main problems associated with standard lead acid batteries, however, is that like a car battery they have a limited amount of capacity that can be used between time consuming recharge periods.
Almost all of these installed systems use lead acid batteries to store the power.
Firstly, they are generally lighter than lead acid equivalent batteries; secondly, they provide much more energy than lead acid batteries; thirdly, Li-ion batteries hold their charge (even on the shelf) and can be more effectively controlled by electronics; finally, they have no memory effect and so can be recharged at any time without losing any overall life or cycle time--this means increased lifetime and charge cycles.
Atraverda of Abertillery is planning to deliver the world's first commercially viable bi-polar lead acid battery, using its patented Ebonex technology.
with its 2006 Technology Innovation Award in the field of advanced lead acid battery technologies in honor of the company's development of an innovative graphite foam lead acid battery.