Testing Batteries Using Hydrometers?

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A battery hydrometer is an instrument that is used to measure the specific gravity or relative density of the liquid in the battery. This hydrometer is made up of a sealed glass tube with a light weighted bulb to make the hydrometer float upright in fluid, and inside the stem is a paper scale, which is used to make readings.
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1. Gather your equipment in one place and add the 1/2 cup of water to your plastic container. Add 1 tbsp. of baking soda and stir. Keep this mixture handy in case of acid spillage
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to check how much electrolyte is present in the battery.
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Hydrometer is a long glass capillary with a bulb at the bottom sealed at both ends. The bulb is filled with metallic balls such that the hydrometer when immersed in a column of liquid
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