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Old August 14th, 2009, 11:14   #7
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High mah has nothing really to do with current other than that it will allow the optimal voltage and therefore current to maintain itself longer
apart from the fact that a high-capacity battery usually has a higher discharge rate, which in turn pulls a bigger spring.

for instance this Raijin battery will not pull a sp100.
it's 2000 mah, 9.6V, but the cells are too small.

The voltage is based off of the ph level of the acid or the number of Zinc and Copper plates/electrodes. The amount of said acid gives its potential to create that voltage for a given time or its total life cycle. Would go into how the acids actually creates electrons / current but I’ll quit boring you guys lol.
and brings unwanted complexity without answering the question.

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