liquid electrolyte solution with water and sulfuric acid.
THE ANSWER IS: "AN ACIDIC LIQUID"
c. an acidic liquid
a bridge made of cell
it sad that you can't spell.....on a computer....with spell check. yet you still want to learn about wet cells
Wet cell battery and a motor.
The wet-bulb thermometer is a type of temperature measurement that reflects the physical properties of a system with a mixture of gas and vapor. Hope this helps!
This type of friction is called lubricated friction. Lubricated friction is a type of fluid friction where a fluid separates two solid surfaces.
because the rough surface is wet and a road is not :)
an acidic liquid
the answer is an acidic liquid
a dry cell is a cell that has electrolyte that is a paste a wet cell is a cell that has a liquid electrolyte -sads
no; it is for a wet cell instead
A wet cell and a dry cell are the same in that they each have an anode, a cathode and and electrolyte. All three components are different chemically. The anode and the cathode will exhibit a voltage difference when placed in the electically conductive electrolyte. The voltage and reaction between the three parts of the cell are chemical reactions. A wet cell is different from a dry cell in that the electrolyte in the wet cell is a liquid where the so-called dry cell has an electrolyte that is either damp, moist or in a gelatinous form. ( The electrolyte is not actually "dry".) Otherwise the cells are the same. The cell may be a primary cell that is depleted as one of the elements is chemically consumed or the cell may be rechargable by reversing the chemical reaction.
A 'wet' cell uses a conducting liquid called an electrolyte; a 'dry cell uses a conducting gel called an electrolyte. So, really, a 'dry' cell is simply a non-spillable wet cell! They both store electrical engergy for use later on.
A "dry" cell is actually a misnomer. The electrolyte is actually a moist paste, with enough liquid in it to make the electrochemistry operate exactly the same as a wet cell. The practical difference between a dry cell and a wet cell is that the moist paste electrolyte of the dry cell will not spill out when the cell is turned over like the liquid electrolyte of the wet cell does. This makes manufacturing and transportation of ready to use dry cells possible, while wet cells must be manufactured and shipped without the liquid electrolyte and are filled at the point of sale after installation.
A wet cell A cell that contains a solid electrolyte is a dry cell.
A wet cell refers to a primary electric cell wherein the electrolyte is a liquid. It is true that in a wet cell, electrons move from the negative electrode to the positive electrode.