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Grade 6 Batteries

Vocabulary words for Ch 3 Sec 4 - Batteries

chemical energy energy that is stored in chemical compounds
chemical reaction a process in which substances change into new substances with different properties
electrochemical cell a device that converts chemical energy into electrical energy
electrodes two different metals, such as copper and zinc, in a battery that will connect to wires in a circuit
electrolyte the liquid or paste in a battery that conducts electricity
terminal the part of the electrode that is above the suface of the electrolyte in a battery
battery a combination of two or more electrochemical cells in a series
wet cell an electrochemical cell in which the electrolyte in a liquid
dry cell an electrochemical cell in which the electrolyte is not really dry, but a paste
rechargeable battery a battery with products that can be used again and again
reactant the materials used to start a chemical reaction
product the result of a chemical reaction
Kilowatt a unit of power (watt)
Created by: Dcoleman