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    Quote Originally Posted by KenP View Post
    Ohm's law states: The sum of the voltage drop around a closed circuit equals the applied voltage.

    The operative words are closed circuit and voltage.

    1. With the tabs on they are inert. There is no voltage to apply.

    2. Two batteries touching are still an open circuit. Consider a flash light to understand what makes a closed circuit.

    But, thanks for your contribution. Better luck next time.
    Hm, kind of a rude reply here, not sure what I did to deserve it. I'll address your 2 points above:

    1. With the tabs on, I took a voltmeter and measured the voltage across a tabbed Costco size 312 battery. It measures 1.1 Volts. So there IS voltage applied. All you gotta do is verify it for yourself.

    2. Thanks for your schooling on what an open and a closed circuit is. Except that I'm an Electrical Engineer by training with an MSEE. So I already got schooled properly on the subject matter 32 years ago at an accredited university. Thank you very much.
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    If I was buying batteries I would stick with Power Ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Jake View Post
    If I was buying batteries I would stick with Power Ones.
    +1 for Power Ones.
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