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Dry Cells

s2d64 cava chem 303 6.05 Dry Cells

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A [...] cell is a voltaic cell that uses paste as a solution instead of a liquid that could spill A dry cell is a voltaic cell that uses paste as a solution instead of a liquid that could spill
Dry cells are found in [...]. Dry cells are found in batteries.
Dry cells have the same parts as other voltaic cells, but it’s harder to recognize them, so you’ll have to [...]. Dry cells have the same parts as other voltaic cells, but it’s harder to recognize them, so you’ll have to memorize which is which.
Electrons flow out of the [...] terminal of a battery/dry cell. Electrons flow out of the negative terminal of a battery/dry cell.
Technically, a [...] is a series of voltaic cells connected together. Technically, a battery is a series of voltaic cells connected together.
In a typical dry cell, a cardboard separator functions as a [...]. In a typical dry cell, a cardboard separator functions as a salt bridge
Created by: mr.shapard