Pot pertains to the type of trap designed to catch fish or crustaceans, in the form of cages or baskets.
Pots are made of various materials , such as wood, wicker, metal rods, or wire netting, and have one or more openings or entrances. They are usually laid on the bottom, with or without bait, singly or in rows, and are connected by buoy-lines to buoys on the surface showing their position.
Pot in aluminum production: the electrolytic reduction cell, commonly called a "pot," in which alumina dissolved in molten cryolite is reduced to metallic aluminum. A series of cells connected electrically is called a potline.
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