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Difference between Dry Cells and Wet Cells?

Batteries usually are one of two types: wet cell or dry cell. Wet cell batteries are made of a liquid acid. Electrons flow through the acid to create the charge to power the device they are installed in. Car batteries are an example of wet cell batteries. Dry cell batteries have an acid paste inside the battery. This makes them safer to use and are usually the ‘AA’ or 9 volt batteries one buys.


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