Definition of C battery
1. Noun. Battery used to maintain the grid potential in a vacuum tube.
Lexicographical Neighbors of C Battery
C and W
C carbohydrate antigen
C group viruses
Literary usage of C battery
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Artilleryman: The Experiences and Impressions of an American Artillery by Jay McIlvaine Lee (1920)
"OO" The road along the face of the hill leading up to Baulny was at that time under a heavy shell-fire; but as soon as there was an apparent lull c battery ..."
2. Notes on Training, Field Artillery Details by Onorio. Moretti, Robert Melville Danford (1917)
"The line being laid and three or more stations connected and working properly; assuming two of these stations are "A" Battery BC Station and "C" Battery BC ..."
3. Radio Phone Receiving: A Practical Book for Everybody by Erich Hausmann, Alfred Norton Goldsmith, Louis Alan Hazeltine, John V. L. Hogan, John Harold Morecroft, Frank Emanuel Canavaciol, Robert D. Gibson, Paul C. Hoernel (1922)
"The voltage introduced by the c battery may be altered if desired; the correct value can be found by the following procedure: It will be seen that the heavy ..."