electric cell

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Synonyms for electric cell

a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction

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In 1839 the British physicist William Robert Grove (1811-1896) devised an electric cell that made use of hydrogen and oxygen, producing electricity as they combined into water.
Photoelectric smoke detectors contain a light source and a light-sensitive electric cell.
External lighting switched to photo electric cell with cabling in galvanised steel trunking.
Photoelectric smoke alarms contain a light source and a light-sensitive electric cell.
Tenders are invited for Supply Of Jiskoot Make 710 Electric Cell Sampler System
Sampson's invention of an electric cell that converted gamma rays directly into electricity, which laid the groundwork for the development of the cellular phone.
These vehicles are called hybrid-electric vehicles where electric cells are used to power electric engines, along with an internal combustion engine.
Obama toured a research lab at MIT to see ongoing experiments on solar, battery, wind and LED lighting that included an experimental rooftop solar collector that concentrates sunlight on solar electric cells to increase their output.
These products store electric energy in the form of battery electric cells, which can leak chemical solutions if not sealed properly.
The electric cells (SEPAM and PECA type), connected to the power consumers (6.