The cell now possesses all the characteristics of a primary cell, and may be used as a source of electricity until "discharged."
A primary cell consists of a vessel containing a liquid in which two dissimilar metal plates are immersed.
The single fluid cell of Volta with its zinc and copper plates represents the simplest form of primary cell.
The family is the primary cell of society, the first unit in social organization.
Cell-development exemplified evolution of pre-existing germs, the progeny of the primary cell.
Under favorable circumstances the primary cell is capable of forming one, or if extra long, two spores (Koch, Klein).
How are the positive and negative elements of a primary cell distinguished?
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