Daniell cell

noun Dan·iell cell \ ˈdanyəl- \

Definition of Daniell cell

:a primary cell with a constant electromotive force of about 1.1 volts having as its electrodes copper in a copper sulfate solution and zinc in dilute sulfuric acid or zinc sulfate, the two solutions being separated by a porous partition

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Origin and Etymology of daniell cell

after John F. Daniell †1845 English chemist and physicist, its inventor


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