Noun Concept
Categories: Galvanic cells, Battery types, Battery (electricity), Corrosion
galvanic cell  primary cell  voltaic cell  cell  electrochemical cell
A primary cell is a battery that is designed to be used once and discarded, and not recharged with electricity and reused like a secondary cell. Wikipedia
A galvanic cell or voltaic cell, named after the scientists Luigi Galvani and Alessandro Volta, respectively, is an electrochemical cell in which an electric current is generated from spontaneous Oxidation-Reduction reactions. Wikipedia
A particular kind of electrochemical cell Wikipedia Disambiguation
Device for spontaneous conversion of chemical into electrical energy Wikidata
Battery designed to be used once Wikidata
The basic building block of a battery. It is an electrochemical device consisting of an anode and a cathode in a common electrolyte kept apart with a separator. This assembly may be used in its own container as a single cell battery or be combined and interconnected with other cells in a container to form a multicelled battery. OmegaWiki
A container containing an electrolyte and two electrodes; used to produce direct current electricity; one or more of them constitute a battery. Wiktionary
A cell, such as in a battery, in which an irreversible chemical reaction generates electricity; a cell that cannot be recharged. Wiktionary