Definition of Grid metal

1. Noun. A kind of hard lead that is used for grids in storage batteries.

Generic synonyms: Antimonial Lead, Hard Lead



Lexicographical Neighbors of Grid Metal

gri-gri
gribble
gribbles
gribenes
grice
griced
griceite
gricer
gricers
grices
gricing
gricings
grid
grid connection
grid electricity
grid metal (current term)
grid north
grid plan
grid ratio
grid reference
grid references
gridded
gridder
gridders
gridding
griddle
griddlecake
griddlecakes
griddled
griddles

Literary usage of Grid metal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Arsenic by Assembly Of Life Sciences, National Academies Press, Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1977)
"... to lead-base battery grid metal and cable sheathing to increase their hardness. Addition of smaller amounts of arsenic improves the corrosion resistance ..."

2. Presidents List of Articles Which May Be Designated Or Modified As Eligible by Richard Witherspoon (1994)
"Welded steel grating is an open grid metal-bar assembly comprised of bearing bars welded under pressure to cross bars running perpendicular. ..."

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