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Gibilisco: MCQ in Cells and Batteries | ECE Board Exam

This is the Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) in Chapter 7: Cells and Batteries from the book Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics, 5th edition by Stan Gibilisco. If you are looking for a reviewer in Electronics Engineering this will definitely help you before taking the Board Exam.

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1. The chemical energy in a battery or cell:

A. Is a form of kinetic energy.

B. Cannot be replenished once it is gone.

C. Changes to kinetic energy when the cell is used.

D. Is caused by electric current.

Solution:

2. A cell that cannot be recharged is:

A. A dry cell.

B. A wet cell.

C. A primary cell.

D. A secondary cell.

Solution:

3. A Weston cell is generally used:

A. As a current reference source.

B. As a voltage reference source.

C. As a power reference source.

D. As an energy reference source.

Solution:

4. The voltage in a battery is:

A. Less than the voltage in a cell of the same kind.

B. The same as the voltage in a cell of the same kind.

C. More than the voltage in a cell of the same kind.

D. Always a multiple of 1.018 V.

Solution:

5. A direct short-circuit of a battery can cause:

A. An increase in its voltage.

B. No harm other than a rapid discharge of its energy.

C. The current to drop to zero.

D. An explosion.

Solution:

6. A cell of 1.5 V supplies 100 mA for seven hours and twenty minutes, and then it is replaced. It has supplied:

A. 7.33 Ah.

B. 733 mAh.

C. 7.33 Wh.

D. 733 mWh.

Solution:

7. A 12-V auto battery is rated at 36 Ah. If a 100-W, 12-Vdc bulb is connected across this battery, about how long will the bulb stay lit, if the battery has been fully charged?

A. 4 hours and 20 minutes.

B. 432 hours.

C. 3.6 hours.

D. 21.6 minutes.

Solution:

8. Alkaline cells:

A. Are cheaper than zinc-carbon cells.

B. Are generally better in radios than zinc-carbon cells.

C. Have higher voltages than zinc-carbon cells.

D. Have shorter shelf lives than zinc-carbon cells.

Solution:

9. The energy in a cell or battery depends mainly on:

A. Its physical size.

B. The current drawn from it. Cells and Batteries

C. Its voltage.

D. All of the above.

Solution:

10. In which of the following places would a โlanternโ battery most likely be found?

A. A heart pacemaker.

B. An electronic calculator.

C. An LCD wall clock.

Solution:

11. In which of the following places would a transistor battery be the best power-source choice?

A. A heart pacemaker.

B. An electronic calculator.

C. An LCD wristwatch.

Solution:

12. In which of the following places would you most likely choose a lithium battery?

A. A microcomputer memory backup.

C. A portable audio cassette player.

D. A rechargeable flashlight.

Solution:

13. Where would you most likely find a lead-acid battery?

A. In a portable audio cassette player.

B. In a portable video camera/recorder.

C. In an LCD wall clock.

D. In a flashlight.

Solution:

14. A cell or battery that keeps up a constant current-delivering capability almost until it dies is said to have:

A. A large ampere-hour rating.

B. Excellent energy capacity.

C. A flat discharge curve.

D. Good energy storage per unit volume.

Solution:

15. Where might you find a NICAD battery?

A. In a satellite.

B. In a portable cassette player.

C. In a handheld radio transceiver.

D. In more than one of the above.

Solution:

16. A disadvantage of mercury cells and batteries is that:

A. They donโt last as long as other types.

B. They have a flat discharge curve.

C. They pollute the environment.

D. They need to be recharged often.

Solution:

17. Which kind of battery should never be used until it โdiesโ?

A. Silver-oxide.

D. Mercury.

Solution:

18. The current from a solar panel is increased by:

A. Connecting solar cells in series.

B. Using NICAD cells in series with the solar cells.

C. Connecting solar cells in parallel.

D. Using lead-acid cells in series with the solar cells.

Solution:

19. An interactive solar power system:

A. Allows a homeowner to sell power to the utility.

B. Lets the batteries recharge at night.

C. Powers lights but not electronic devices.

D. Is totally independent from the utility.

Solution:

20. One reason why it is impractical to make an extremely high-voltage battery of cells is that:

A. Thereโs a danger of electric shock.

B. It is impossible to get more than 103.5 V with electrochemical cells.

C. The battery would weigh to much.

D. There isnโt any real need for such thing.

Solution:

Topics Included in the Test from Chapter 1 to Chapter 8

Part 1: Direct Current
Chapter 6: MCQ in Resistors
Chapter 8: MCQ in Magnetism

Complete List of Multiple Choice Questions from this Book

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