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What substances react in the standard automobile battery?
lead(IV) oxide, lead, and sulfuric acid.
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Gold is actually one of the most unreactive elements on earth. It doesn't react with any of the sort of things that weather or decompose objects (salt, oxygen, water, acidic s…oil, etc...) which is why ancient gold artifacts tend to look so pristine, even after thousands of years of being buried or laying under the sea. It's also why (in addition to it's scarcity) it's been used as money so often. Aqua Regia is a nasty acid used to dissolve gold, it's half nitric and half hydrochloric acids. That's about the only low-tech thing that affects gold. Gold *will* form a few compounds (like gold chloride) under unusual circumstances, but you've got to want it... it's not like copper which will form an oxide in a humid room.
A fully charged battery will read 12.6 volts with the engine not running. It will read 12.4 at 75% charge, 12.2 at 50% charge, and 12 volts at 25% charge. With the engine runn…ing at idle you should read 13.5 to 15.5 volts. Any lower or higher and the alternator may be defective.
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Costco Kirkland batteries are made by Johnson Controls which is a leading battery manufacture in the U.S.
Generally, it's called reactivity. There are, however, specific terms used when referring to specific elements like hydrogen.
When Henry Ford invented the production line it allowed him to charge less for his auto's, thus mobilizing America. which means more product at less cost everywhere.
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