acid cell


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acid cell

[′as·əd ‚sel]
(histology)
A parietal cell of the stomach.
(physical chemistry)
An electrolytic cell whose electrolyte is an acid.
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F&S also notes that Firefly's battery runs cooler than normal lead acid cells, giving it longer life and "a significant stealth advantage in military applications.
The phosphoric acid cell has been the first to be commercialized for several reasons.
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Reactions taking place in acid cells with gas emission to the atmosphere (mainly hydrogen) may cause a significant risk of explosion, especially in dusty and methane mines [3].