Answer: Most battery chargers offer two different rates of charge. The slow rate is 2amps, and the fast rate is 6amps or 10amps, depending on the charger.It is always better for the battery, and safer for the owner, to charge at the 2 amp rate. It produces less heat and stress on the battery, and will help it last longer. The only downside is that it will take 8-10 hours (or overnight) to bring the battery to a full charge.The more rapid rate of charge will recharge a battery in just two hours. If you need a more rapid rate of charge than overnight (maybe you need your car to start ASAP), then it is OK to use the rapid rate on your battery charger but there are important safety precautions.The higher amps necessary for rapid charge heats up the battery, which shortens battery life. It also causes more gas to form in the liquid (acid) in the battery. This gas is hydrogen, and is highly explosive. Hydrogen gas can build up enough pressure to swell or explode the battery, which is extremely dangerous. Acid can spew all over the place and cause bad burns. To avoid this, the six cell-caps on top of the battery have vents in them to let the gas out, but rapid rates of charge may produce more gas than the vents can cope with. Thus it is much safer to unscrew or lever off the caps(depending on the type of battery), and set them loosely over the holes. This lets the pressure out, but keeps debris from falling into the interior of the battery.Secondly, and equally important, you must avoid open flames or sparks, which might ignite the hydrogen gas. In an enclosed space, turning on an electric light or switch can be enough to cause an explosion . Charging the battery outdoors is safer than indoors, but if the garage door is left open to provide good air flow, it is fairly safe.In conclusion, the slower 2amp rate of charge is easier on the battery and safer for yourself, but takes overnight. The rapid rate (6 or 10amp) is fairly safe if suitable safety precautions are taken.
Answer: Store accounts can be pretty much charged on indefinitely. Provided one pays them off in a timely manner. If one does not, at some point a store will no longer honor a cardholders card because the cardholder has violated the service agreement by not keeping the account current (paying the bill).
Answer: All exotic indian and imported fruits eg.Passion fruit,Durian,Asparagus, Artichokes, Kiwi,Chinese Apples etc. are easily available at a Fruit Shop in Srinivasa Building, Gandhinagar near a Babyshop called Mohini Bazaar.
Answer: There is no single highway between Pondicherry and Bangalore. Still, road transport is the only option between these two places.Assuming you are starting from Bangalore, you would take the following route:Bangalore -> Hosur -> Krishnagiri -> Thiruvannamalai -> PondicherryThe approximate distance on road is 335 kilometre.The road condition is not the same all way along. Bangalore to Krishnagiri has a very smooth road, while Krishnagiri to Thiruvannamalai might be a nightmare to drive. Thiruvannamalai to Pondicherry would be pleasant drive.
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How much do hospitals charge for delivery in Bangalore?
Answer: Normal delivery is birth of the baby emerging through the vagina into the outside world, as nature intended. Caesarean delivery is delivery of the baby by a surgical incision into the abdomen, then the womb, to extract the baby directly from the womb. It is so-called because it was supposedly the way Julius Caesar came into this world.
Answer: I am pretty sure, because if you want to work as a midwife, you have to ask a professional midwife, because he or she might know. I also think you have to go to college (of course) to become a midwife.
Answer: Urban hospitals are usually if not always teaching hospitals, whereas rural hospitals are not. In fact, the difference between urban and rural is determined by the accessibility to a higher education centre like a university.In addition, urban hospitals usually have higher government grants and funding for research related work.Rural hospitals will see a wider variety of patient cases on their floors due to their size, and thus the experience for the staff is much greater. On the other hand, an urban centre will have more specialized floors and perhaps, more updated technology.There is greater cohesion and camaraderie amongst staff members of a small rural hospital.
Answer: Being found in possession of drugs most drugs is, usually, treated as a third-degree felony. A person who is find guilty of tampering with evidence may get a sentence of not more than 20 years, a fine or both.
Answer: if you was convited as an adult on domestic violence charge you can never buy or own a gun thanks to law Clinton passed while president. it cost some police there jobs and affected the military too. what was stupid is the law was rectroactive,meaning it covers even before the bill was passed. but cheer up the way the world is going the country may be happy to get anybody to join before it is over.
Answer: A physician cannot charge you to take your records from the office. Those are YOUR property and you should have them as soon as you request them. Having not paid your bill is a sort of gray area, as they are still yours, but they are a part of the service for which you are being charged, and have not paid for. Has your physician denied you your records? If so I would be even more likely to take them and find another physician. A physician who is keeping your records may be hiding something that you would find disagreeable. If the physician will not give them to you the best idea would be to consult a medical mal-practice lawyer.
Answer: If you signed your contract, more than likely the finance company is not going to change the APR rate. But, on the other hand if the finance company is a direct lender.. then you can try to refinance with the current lender or another lender to get a lower APR rate - depending on your credit rating at the time.