1. The word "battery" was used by Ben Franklin to describe multiple Leyden jars.
2. Ol' Ben borrowed the word from the military word to describe a bunch of weapons working together.
3. Alessandro Volta was the first person to describe an electrochemical battery, though.
4. John Frederic Daniell, though, made the first practical source of electricity.
5. Two of the many types of batteries are wet cell and dry cell.
Via Amalgama Lab
6. Today, batteries come in lots of sizes.
7. The southern shore of Manhattan is called The Battery.
9. There used to be one in St. Lucia, but it closed.
10. Assault and battery is the combination of two violent crimes: assault (the threat of violence) and battery (physical violence).
Via Insomniac Mania
11. *batteries not included is a 1987 film starring Jessica Tandy.
12. You can make a battery out of potatoes.
13. Lemons will work well too!
14. A "battery battle" is when you see who's got the least juice.
15. The Energizer Bunny began as a response to its rival, the Duracell Bunny.
16. The world's smallest battery is the size of a grain of sand.
Via Popular Science
16. These are cake batteries.
Via 365 Cake Pops