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Question 1: For example, a ________ used for emergencies must work when needed, even if it has sat on a shelf for an extended period of time.
Incandescent light bulbFlashlightGas-discharge lampLight-emitting diode

Question 2: Leclanché cell and Zinc-carbon cell) or ________ (e.g.
AmmoniaNitric acidHydrofluoric acidSulfuric acid

Question 3: The plate which carries the positive terminal (usually carbon) is termed the cathode and the plate which carries the negative terminal (usually zinc) is termed the ________.
Rechargeable batteryBattery (electricity)AnodeGalvanic cell

Question 4: Daniell cell), or ________ (e.g.

Question 5: Electrochemical depolarization exchanges the hydrogen for a metal, such as ________ (e.g.

Question 6: Chemical depolarization utilizes an oxidizing agent, such as ________ (e.g.
Hydrogen peroxideManganese dioxidePotassium permanganateManganese(II) sulfate

Question 7: The reason is that the terms are related to the passage of electric current through the ________, not the external circuit
IonFuel cellElectrolyteHalf cell

Question 8: Unlike a ________, the reaction cannot be reversed by running a current into the cell; the chemical reactants cannot be restored to their initial position and capacity.
Nickel-cadmium batteryRechargeable batteryLithium-ion batteryBattery (electricity)

Question 9: This means that ________ accumulates at the cathode and reduces the effectiveness of the cell.


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