Cell battery : Cell battery is a primary galvanic unit which converts chemical energy directly into electric energy. Typically consists of two electrodes of dissimilar material isolated from one another electronically in a common ironically conductive electrolyte. Examples are coin cell and button cell (miniature battery)

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